Since we began in 2000, and with more than 300 gallery exhibitions behind us, Panter & Hall has continued to grow apace. A success we attribute entirely to the consistent support of our regular clients and artists.
Having grown up in Anglesey at his ancestral home, Plas Newydd, Alex enjoyed a successful career in art publishing before entering the Byam Shaw School of Art in his late thirties. This series of paintings are his most accomplished to date. They demonstrate an artist at the height of his powers, confident of his talent and at ease with his subjects. Alex takes the viewer on a journey, juxtaposing the wintry green landscapes of North Wales with a summer spent at an easel in the south of France, Italy and Spain.
John Julius Norwich described Sue as a "master of caricature" whose paintings "illustrate the English social scene more brilliantly and with greater accuracy than those of any other painter working today." For 14 years she illustrated The Telegraph Magazine's 'Social Stereotypes' column, publishing nine books which have sold hundreds of thousands of copies worldwide. Her keen eye and quick wit continue to delight and amuse today as her originals are snapped up by a new generation of collectors.
Willie was a much-loved exhibitor with Panter & Hall over many years and his death last year was a great loss to the Scottish art world. A fine painter he was best known for his figurative prints, infused with a wry humour and executed with a technical brilliance that led to his reputation as Scotland’s master printmaker. We are delighted, through his family, to be able to offer a selection of paintings and prints from his estate, The Willie Rodger Art Trust. Not to be missed!
A selection of paintings for Christmas from our regular gallery artists – what more thoughtful gift is there than a personally chosen original work of art?
One of Scotland’s best known painters, Chrissie has shown with Panter & Hall since our foundation and over two decades we have watched her star rise in the Scottish art world. Her distinctive textured works are joyful in spirit and technically sumptuous, outward expressions of her infectious optimism and humour. Inspirations this year include the rolling countryside around her Fife home, her travels in the Mediterranean and North Africa and of course her dogs!