Welcome to OxfordArtist online

I am an Oxford based artist specialising in watercolours and line & wash. Scroll down for some of my more recent posts. Clicking on images should take you to a larger image on a single post page or you can view galleries for some of my artwork – from Oxford and further afield, including various […]

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No. 26 Cornmarket, Oxford

Another of my studies of buildings around Oxford. This is a view of No.26 on the corner of Cornmarket and Ship Street in Oxford.

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A view of Oxford High Street

Another of my Oxford townscapes – this is my take on the view of Oxford High Street from outside the Hotel Chocolat shop – more chocolate coated orange tangs!

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A view of Arlington Row, Bibury

Here’s one of my more picturesque landscapes – a view of Arlington Row in the Cotswold village of Bibury. This is a slightly fore-shortened view from the footbridge over the river. The combination of a clear water river, abundant water meadows and the row of old stone cottages is a favourite with tourists visiting Arlington […]

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A sketch of St. Mary’s church in Swinbrook, Oxfordshire

This is one of my earlier sketches of the church at Swinbrook in western Oxfordshire, a few miles along the Windrush valley from Burford. The church is presently undergoing repairs so is partly covered by scaffolding and a protective roof, but it is still a pretty village at this time of year – with a […]

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A view down Cornmarket Street in Oxford

Another attempt at the view down Cornmarket Street in Oxford. The tower is the old Saxon tower at the Church of St. Michael at the Northgate which formerly was next to the old city walls. The building in front of it is the timber framed buildings of Nos 26-27 Cornmarket, now housing a Pret and […]

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A church porch at Aston Upthorpe, Southern Oxfordshire

Between them the adjoining villages of Aston Upthorpe and Aston Tirrod have three churches, all of which are quite distinct in character. This is a watercolour of the porch of All Saints Church, which is probably the oldest of the three.

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