We are delighted to present a fabulous new stand alone limited edition from Fabian – a classic image featuring Olga, a beautiful woman reclining on a luxurious bed who clearly has a story to tell. This spellbinding image resonates with the authenticity, sensuality and distinctive narrative style that has made Fabian one of the world’s most collectable artists.
Fabian ceases to amaze again with this stunning image of Olga at home which encapsulates his true ability and influences from throughout his life, perpetuating beauty, capturing moments of wonder and contemplation.
Fabian Perez is one of the worlds leading figurative artists who lived an unusual childhood which in turn became subject for his award winning artworks.
Born in 1967 in Argentina. Fabian Perez’s talent was quite obvious from a young age of 9, when he would draw portraits of family and friends. His father led an unsusual life, owning a number of brothels and illegal nightclubs in Campana, Argentina. Therefore, during his younger years, Fabian was exposed to many different and interesting characters which caught his eye, many being elegant and glamorous tango dancers, flamenco guitarists and gypsy musicians. This is where he drew much of his inspiration for his work and produced paintings with a seductive and intoxicating tone.
Fabian Perez lost his mother when he was only 16, and his father when he was 19, this left him wandering aimlessly through a confused life until he found an anchor, Japanese karate master Sensei Oscar Higa, who guided him as a teacher and friend. Fabian travelled with Oscar to Italy where his artist career began.
Between 1987 and the present date, Fabian Perez has been on a journey of inspiration around the globe, collecting creative influences. His real success came in 2001 when two art publishers visited an exhibition of Fabian’s art, and formed a partnership to promote his art and progress his career.
Fabian Perez prints and originals capture a mix of emotions and moods, conveying an idea or a hint rather than providing every detail. Fabian sees his paintings as a way invite people in, to communicate with them. In a similar way to flamenco music, his work has complex rhythms throughout the compositions, the figures, the colours and the techniques.
The Enid Hutt Gallery is delighted to announce Jack Vettriano is set to release a stunning collection of five limited edition prints collectively called Contemplation. The set of five prints are set to be a sell out not before long and have already set pulses racing for collectors to secure copies of their favourite image.
The five previously unpublished images are to be officially released on Friday 18th September but can be pre-ordered now via our website or telephone on 01592 643227. Each image is available mounted only for £375 or framed in the beautiful quality Italian made frame moulding selected by Jack for £525 singularly. They are also available as a set for a discounted price of £1,650 mounted or £2,350 framed.
The five images are an excellent example of the great talent which Jack has taught himself over the many years since being bought a set of watercolours for his 21st birthday. His carrer in art began in 1989 when Vettriano submitted two canvases for the Royal Scottish Academy annual show where both paintings sold on the first day and Vettriano was approached by several galleries following.
The controversial artist has since broken records and seen his most famous original works sold for hundreds of thousands with The Singing Butler being sold in auction for £744,500 which was actually rejected in 1992 by the Royal Academy summer exhibition.
His latest feat was that of his exhibition at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery in Glasgow which attracted 132,502 people between September 2013 and February 2014 which beat the previous most visited exhibition featuring the 2010 Glasgow Boys showcase which drew 123,289 vistiors. More than 100 of Vettriano’s paintings from private collections around the world featured in the first major retrospective of the artist’s work.
For more information about Jack Vettriano and his new collection please visit our website using the following link:
We are delighted to introduce a new artist to our collection of original artwork, Cecilia Forrest. Cecilia studied Graphic Design in London during the mid eighties, and returned to the Glasgow art scene where she worked as both designer and artist.
Cecilia works in oils with a mixed palette of monochromes and vibrant hues, her figurative and heart warming tenement scapes are inspired by Glasgow past and present highlighting Cecilia’s offbeat humour, while injecting a sentiment to the imagery that resonates over the generation gap.
Since dedicating herself to painting full-time, Cecilia’s work is exhibited regularly, gaining wide interest and more recently, has been bought for collections abroad, One such owner of several of Cecilia’s Glasgow lifestyle pieces is Torchwood and Desperate Housewives star, John Barrowman.
Our current collection of Cecilia’s work can be viewed in the gallery and also online on our website.
We will also be exhibiting at the Aberdeen Art Fair. The fair runs from Saturday 17th to Sunday 18th August with the private viewing taking place Friday night 16th August at 6pm to 9pm.
If you would like to attend the private viewing please contact us.
Carl Payne’s extraordinary figurative sculpture is based on traditional tenets but has a bold contemporary style which has won him collectors from all over the world.
He creates his stunning bronze sculpture in the UK with an amazing mastery of technique. His complex and hugely rewarding process demands patience, accuracy, commitment and artistry.
Carl is inspired by music, the female form and a host of artistic figures including Rodin, Alfred Gilbert and Charles Sargant Jagger, as well as many of the Pre-Raphaelites.
Born in Staffordshire in 1969 Carl studied Figurative Sculpture and received his first public sculpture commission in 2000. Since then the list of his completed commissioned work is extensive, including King George and Queen Mary for the ballroom of Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 cruise ship, ‘Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross’ which was unveiled by Princess Anne at Banbury, and George Best, Bobby Moore and Pele for private collectors.
His personal favourite is the Sir Stanley Matthews statue at the Britannia stadium: Technically challenging, dynamic, historical and unique, it was voted the best sporting statue in Europe.
We are delighted to showcase some fantastic new pieces from the latest Bronze sculpture collection by Carl Payne now available to view in the Gallery.
Two new pieces ‘Leap of Faith’ & ‘Dancing the Dream’ have just arrived and are stunning examples of Carl’s work –
Carl Payne creates his outstanding bronze sculpture in the UK with an incredible mastery of skill. His intricate and hugely rewarding process demands patience, accuracy, dedication and artistry.
Carl Payne’s extraordinary figurative sculptures have a definite contemporary twist inspired by music, the female form and a host of artistic figures including Rodin, Alfred Gilbert and Charles Sargant Jagger, as well as many of the Pre-Raphaelites, which has won him collectors from all over the globe.