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New Limited Edition Collection

By Andrei Protsouk

We are delighted to introduce Andrei Protsouk'sbeautiful new Limited Edition collection.

Like the first note of a music composer sitting at a piano, Andrei develops his symphony on paper with the first line he draws. Black and white studies are important for the artist to develop into the creative process. In the end, it is those initial ideas that are transferred to the canvas and give birth to the final painting.

"I have to think about my paintings as a construction process and the drawings are the blueprints to my ideas and the images in my head. A lot of the time the studies themselves become incredible works of art too. In the case of these drawing studies, I really want the viewer to begin to understand my creative process and how I create the paintings from my black and white drawings."

Since Andrei was a young artist he was always infatuated with bold black lines and their elegance. He loves using charcoal to accentuate the subjects in his drawings and using the shading of the pencil to create the tone in each piece. Andrei then uses ink to define each line and style that you can notice in all of his works.

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New Studio Editions

By Alison Johnson

Following the overwhelming success of the debut collection of Studio Editions by Alison Johnson, we are delighted to announce the release of a new series of limited editions that features new colourways and introduces a new landscape profile to her range.  

Alison's atmospheric oil paintings are vibrant and seductive, and her craft is driven by a desire to encapsulate the atmosphere and emotion of a place.  With a nod to the impressionist painters, her work has been likened to the great masters of our time and the Turneresque overtones are apparent. Alison’s seascapes follow a long-standing tradition which have been modernized with a painterly contemporary styling. She combines the power of light with the energy of water to reveal the abstract, almost surreal character of the natural world.  

Ephemeral and evocative, Alison creates a sense of movement through colour, light, and balance. Colours sink below a piercing white surface as oceans and landscapes drift in and out of a sweeping hazy mist. The sky appears deep and brooding, the colours revealing a darkness that battles with the flashes of light. When shapes reveal themselves through the hazy glow, they appear lost against the infinite space of the world around. There is an overriding sense of wonder to Alison’s work, and the atmospheric compositions are complimented by her breath-taking use of tone and colour. 

With editions from the first collection sold out or in low inventory, we would encourage a significant pre-order to enable your clients to add to their existing collection, and to have the opportunity to showcase these stunning hand-embellished editions in your gallery. 

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Debut Studio Edition

By Jessie Foakes

We are delighted to introduce Jessie Foakes debut studio edition collection. Jessie has a wonderful naive approach to painting. Her relationship with paint is a spontaneous one, and there is a sense of freedom and movement in the texture of her chosen subject. The sculptural quality of her work is rich and luxurious, and this is juxtaposed with the simplicity of the subject. Here lies the essence of Jessie’s style and the joy of her work; she chooses well-known characters or everyday icons and approaches them with a new fresh vision, offering an interpretation that is both stylistically unique and endearing. Bold, unstructured and energised, Jessie’s work has a magical quality that offers the viewer an overwhelming sense of nostalgia and imprints the feel-good factor!

Born and raised in Essex, Jessie has established herself as a prominent tattoo artist in her hometown, and whilst she has spent many years dabbling on and off with the paintbrush, it was only recently that she made the monumental transition of taking her painterly visions from skin to canvas. Jessie’s passion for painting is obvious and she is loving experimenting with new characters, colours, and themes. From a collector’s point of view, emotionally investing in an artist with this kind of approach to painting presents a truly exciting future - never knowing where the paintbrush, the subject matter, and the character interpretations will lead.

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By Paul Wright

Paul Wright is a British painter who studied at the distinguished Falmouth College of Art. He is renowned for portrait painting through the UK and endeavours to capture the true essence of his subject, bringing it to life through his collaboration of paint and canvas.

The brushstroke is prevailing in Paul’s compositions. It is dynamic and powerful, and every stroke is significant, commanding the space on the canvas of which it occupies. There is no blurring or softening of stroke, there is only a mesh of distinctive and often contrasting colour. This intensity is delicately balanced, so as not to overshadow the subject that it seeks to portray.

Stylistically, there are elements of both impressionism and cubism at play in the work as Paul seeks to portrays the personality of his muse. His repertoire of 21st-century icons are often captured at the height of their celebrity heyday and the style that epitomises Paul’s work ensures that his muses are both timeless and ageless. There is a freshness to the subject, even though we are aware that some are depicted in their advanced years, when the silkiness of youth has long gone - this is both a highly desirable aspect of the work and a talent to be applauded.

Iconic is the inaugural collection by Paul Wright and is available in an edition of only 50. Each numbered Studio Edition is hand-embellished and signed by the artist. These faithful representations combine the skill of the UK’s finest printmakers with the creative hand of the artist, to capture the very essence of the original painting and offer a unique element to every single collectable edition.

Paul has established a distinguished reputation in the contemporary art market with his original artwork. He has established a significant following and we anticipate an overwhelming response to his debut collection of Studio Editions.


New Collection

By Alison Johnson

We are delighted to introduce a series of abstracts by Alison Johnson. In this new collection, Alison explores a world of negative space, tonal values, and compositional concepts.

There is a balance between spontaneity and consideration, free-flowing brushstrokes, and structured spaces. The colour palette and the tonal range offer a sense of calmness, despite the nature of some of the energised brushstrokes, and the viewer is left with an enormous sense of wellbeing as we lose ourselves in the spatial depth that is created in each composition.

It is a style that is quintessentially Alison Johnson, yet at the same time there is something completely new, refreshing, and engaging about the work that has been developed through an innovative creative thought process.

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Mr. Ted

By Michael Abrams

The Adventures of Mr. Ted continue...

We are delighted to announce Michael Abram's charming and humorous new collection of limited edition canvas prints. This release comes in conjunction with a price increase to Michael's original works. Michael's Mr. Ted's original canvases will now RRP at £995.


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A Pop Of Colour

By Jean Picton

Introducing Jean Picton's stunning new collection.

As well as being the title for her latest collection, ‘A Pop of Colour’, could equally sum up the artist herself! Jean Picton never seizes to amaze with her vibrant artworks, at 87 years young, she’s decided to try her hand with a spray can - and we think they’re pretty incredible!

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Scott Tetlow

New Collection

Scott Tetlow’s stunning new collection features a range of abstract portraiture completely modern and original in its inception. There is an elegance to his female forms and yet there is an attitude, a sassiness, a potency of the eyes, that gives these works a supreme sense of power and domination, or is its fragility and vulnerability?

Distinctive of the urban pop movement, Scott’s style is both innovative and iconic, and whether the subject is animal or architecture, it is instantly recognisable and very much a style of his own. Scott lived in Taiwan for a time and his studies of calligraphy have greatly influenced his work. Chinese calligraphy is valued as ‘high art’, both for the beauty of its aesthetic form and its the ability to express the inner beauty of the soul and spirit. Often, Chinese painters will say they are “writing a painting” and this is a concept that continues to shape Scott’s work to this day.

Through his love of calligraphy, Scott has developed a form of painting that is linear and yet absent of the constraints of calligraphy. Instead, it is imbued with a sense of freedom of movement, that is balanced and contained in a considered composition. This movement adds to the illusion of life and spirit. There is a confidence of line, a strength in the flow of creation that adds to the energy of the artwork. Quite clearly there is an abstraction to the work, but there is a realism too that gives his female forms character and personality. Scott’s artwork has a narrative, a story to tell, an energy to be absorbed and his female forms are there to be read, understood, and discovered in all their beauty.

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Debut Collection

By Joe Charman

Introducing the Debut Collection by Joe Charman. Joe is a London-based artist whose works are heavily influenced by graffiti and street art. Growing up Joe's love of art spawned from his Dad selling his own works of art throughout the ’90s and subsequently that passion for creating rubbed off on Joe and his younger brother Ben. From an early age, Joe became a fan of artists such as Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, and Jean Michel Basquiat and these artists have helped shape Joe’s artistic development and creations often hiding Haring and Basquiat style symbols beneath the layers of paint as an homage to his idols.

Joes paintings are often centralised around a nostalgic element or character from childhood and sit amongst an explosion of bright colours, carefully cut stencils, splashes of paint, and even wall filler, his aim is to create a multi-textural image that feels like it’s been directly lifted from a street wall.

Joe has been selling pieces throughout his adult life but during lockdown, Joe decided to use this time to get back in touch with his paintings and create a collection of his largest ever works. Now working with Buckingham Fine Art Publishers Joe is expanding into new territories with his first works going on public display and a brand new exclusive collection launch.

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Introducing Tiny Toes

by Amy Louise

Amy’s portraiture is as renowned for its wit as it is for its distinctiveness. Inspired by all things contemporary, Amy’s work is greatly inspired by textiles and fashion and having graduated with honours in Fashion Design, the influence of her studies on her style is plain to see.

Paying homage to modern culture, Amy captures the personality of the eccentric characters she portrays and illustrates them in enchanting acts of colour and form. The beguiling detail of the subject is juxtaposed with the softness and simplicity of its background and this, along with the bold gloss outlines, ensures the work really packs a punch! There is a certain magic to Amy’s portraits and the latest limited edition 'Tiny Toes' is bursting with personality, charm and humour, and above all is guaranteed to bring a smile!

Tiny Toes by Amy Louise is available in an edition of just 45. Each numbered edition is hand finished and signed by the artist. The title is also available as a larger Deluxe Edition of only 10, and therefore will be highly sought-after.

These faithful representations combine the skill of the UK’s finest printmakers with the creative hand of the artist, to capture the very essence of the original painting and offer a unique element to every single collectable edition.


Welcoming a New Member to the Team

Welcome Rachel Dowling -Jones

Buckingham welcomes a new member to the team. We are delighted to announce that Rachel Dowling-Jones has joined the Bucks team to lead the marketing department and support our network of galleries in accelerating the growth of their businesses.

With a degree in Art History, Rachel has a lifelong passion for art and has worked in the fine art industry for almost 25 years. Having spent many of these years at one of the UK’s leading UK Fine Art Publishers, Rachel brings with her a wealth of experience gained in all aspect of the business. She has held a variety of positions during her career, including retail development, area sales and group marketing management and consequently has a vast knowledge of the gallery business. She will be actively sharing “best practice” with our gallery partners and supporting them as they drive the growth and overall success of their art businesses.

In this new era of Buckingham Fine Art, Rachel will be instrumental in developing and implementing the company’s overall marketing strategy. She will be identifying the opportunities that will assist the growth of the brand, elevate the profiles of our artists, and of course promote our diverse portfolio of artwork, all of which will ultimately bring enormous value to your business working in collaboration with Buckingham Fine Art.


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New Collection

By Jane Elizabeth

The sculptor and painter Alberto Giacometti once said, ' The object of art is not to reproduce reality, but to create a reality of the same intensity.' Never was this a truer statement than when considering the plight of the animal kingdom and species extinction.

Images of endangered wild animals occur so often in the media that they are at risk of becoming a mere cliché of themselves. By portraying them in heightened or unexpected colours and in a moment of thought and intention, I hope to restore their individuality and remind the viewer that they are living sentient beings with emotions and personality. I begin each piece with a focus solely on the animal's intention, but no specific plan, painting loosely and intuitively until a colour scheme emerges to reflect their character. From there, I paint with a precarious balance of control and intuition to try and capture the creature's energy and free spirit.

Jane Elizabeth, a self-taught artist, has always had a creative streak, drawing and painting from an early age. With a degree in languages, she became a teacher and later, a teacher trainer, indulging her creativity professionally through the design of engaging and highly interactive lessons. At home, Jane has expressed her creativity through interior and garden design.

I've always had a love of colour and texture and happily spend long hours devising interior design schemes for myself, friends and family. I decided to paint professionally when a friend told me I was already creating living paintings in my home and garden! I also love animals and am terrified by the increase in poaching, the loss of their natural habitats and the ever present threat of extinction. I think it was a natural progression for me to combine these interests and paint with purpose.


Beautiful Studio Editions

By Frank Pretorius

Frank Pretorius' majestic horses and wildlife originals have been reproduced to an unprecedented standard. This premier collection is mixed media ‘Studio Editions’.

Hand produced canvas editions are embellished and enhanced with oil paints and varnishes to create a unique edition with no two the same.
Based on Frank’s stunning originals these seven editions produced to only 45 copies with 5 artist proofs are beautiful in both reproduction and composition, offering the collector a unique opportunity to share in Frank’s original canvas and to enjoy the texture and originality of his individual style. These stunning studio editions have a framed RRP of £795 and £895.

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Samantha Greenhill


We are delighted to introduce a stunning collection of limited edition Giclee on Paper prints by Samantha Greenhill.

“Sentience - the quality of being able to experience feelings"

I named my latest collection of paintings ‘Sentience’ for two reasons. Firstly to celebrate that as of 2019, ‘Animal sentience’ has been recognised in UK law, this is a giant step forward in issues of animal welfare. When we accept that animals can feel, we’re more likely to treat them with respect and kindness. Secondly, by capturing the incredible beauty of my subjects I want to help people look more closely at the animals that I paint and recognise that there is a deeper level, a wealth of emotions, needs and desires that lie within each and every creature. My wish is to express the love and deep respect that I have for animals.

I am delighted to be releasing my first collection of prints, it is an exciting opportunity for my work to reach a wider audience.


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