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Latest site updates :
21st February 2015
Welcome back to existing customers and a very warm hello to new visitors.
This site shows a range of artworks by John Twinning which are available to buy as quality giclée prints.
My latest commission is of horses Reapy & Chester and was undertaken as a surprise 21st birthday present for the daughter of one of the gallery onwers that shows my work. Prints of 'Reapy and Chester' are available from the Gallery area of the site.
contact johne-mail :
telephone : 01543 500167
• A range of subject areas is covered.
• All prints are supplied rolled in a sturdy tube and are ready to be mounted and framed.
• Images are also sold in packs of five cards with the option to include a personalised greeting - size approx. 10.5 x 15 cms.
Visit the Gallery
Subject areas featured :-
• Animal Portraiture & Nature
• Beach/Seascapes and Boats
• Topographical Studies
• Churches & Cathedrals
• Parks, Gardens and Flowers
There are also two commissioned series :-
• Lee Abbey, Devon
• Queen's College Oxford
John is happy to discuss ideas for commissions informally and without obligation.
You can find out about commissioning a picture from the Commissions page.
You might also like to view some Customer Testimonials.
Please note that you do not need to have a PayPal account to purchase from this site.
With PayPal you can still make a purchase using a wide range of credit and debit cards. Look out for the 'Add to cart' buttons on Gallery pages and elsewhere.
(None of your credit card details will be passed to us.)
To pay by cheque, please download an 'Order Form'.
Magnify image facility
The magnifying tool enables the fine detail of many of the pictures on the site to be viewed as in the example below.
Click on the dark red link underneath individual pictures.
I would be interested to hear any thoughts or comments you may have about the site.
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Original - gouache on paper © John Twinning 2007 & 2010