Trent Art piece in Stoke Sentinel

There was a nice piece in the Stoke Sentinel this week covering the launch of Trent Art. The full article can be found here . 18th July 2015

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Trent Art welcomes Colin Halliday

We are delighted to be able to offer a number of excellent Colin Halliday Oil Paintings for sale. Colin hails from Cumbria and was brought up on a farm overlooked by Cross Fell near Appleby, a location that still today influences his work. Having graduated from Exeter University with a Fine Art Degree, Colin spent …

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Jack Simcock – Art on Primitive Street – The Guardian Review From 1961

Art on Primitive Street Primitive Street is the mantelpiece of Mow Cop. On the top shelf of a great fireplace of a Potteries village which is embossed on a hill 1,000 feet high. There are fields, red houses, pit heaps and trees, one of them just an arthritic stump. In the view that Jack Simcock, …

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Trent Art to support the Donna Louise Children’s Hospice

 The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice is a Staffordshire based charity supporting children with life-limiting conditions and their families. Trent Art is delighted to be able to support such a excellent cause and have committed to donating a % of all sales made at The Potters’ Club to the charity.  

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Trent Art welcomes Alan Knight

We are delighted to be able to offer a number of excellent Alan Knight Oil Paintings for sale. Originally from Stockport but now residing in the beautiful Anglesey countryside Alan has a love of the physical stuff of oil paint and likes to apply it thickly with a painting knife, enjoying the texture and richness …

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New Work Available – Jack Simcock The White House Mow Cop

Just in a very large (106cm x 75cm) and excellent Jack Simcock, signed and dated 1960 lower left, inscribed in chalk verso “Artist’s Ref No.1360” 6th June 2015

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Art at The Potters’ Club – Views of the Potteries

A number of our paintings are now on exhibition in the grandeur of The Potters’ Club in Stoke on Trent. The current exhibition focuses on works in the main by Stoke on Trent Artists, with excellent pieces by Simcock, Berry and Clarkson on show and for sale. For anyone who would like to view any …

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Lowry comes to Stoke on Trent

Great news for Stoke on Trent as the The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery announces a nationally important exhibition that will feature the works by L.S Lowry and his local counterpart Arthur Berry. These two great artists will be seen for the first time together, the exhibition “Observations of Urban Life” will run from 25th July …

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Interest in Art for Investment Rockets

A Picasso painting entitled “Women of Algiers” as recently sold for £116m at Christies in New York making it the most expensive painting ever sold at auction. Art has been emerging as a new asset class for the well-diversified portfolio and the reported returns are enough to catch anyone’s eye. But you don’t have to …

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