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  STEPHEN & VAL FARNSWORTH,
   GRIMES HOUSE GALLERY,
High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire,
 GL56 0AT, England

    Telephone +44 (0)1608 651029   
Email grimeshouse@gmail.com
   

 
Sean Bolan original watercolour painting, Box Station
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Sean Bolan, original watercolour, Blockley Station
    

Blockley Station
Watercolour       22.75" x 16"
PRICE framed 2,500
RETIREMENT SALE PRICE 1,995

    


Sean Bolan, original watercolour, grenadier guards at buckingham palace
     

Chipping Norton Junction Station (Kingham)
as originally built in the late 1850s

Ink and wash       16" x 11.5"
PRICE framed 395
RETIREMENT SALE PRICE 225


Sean Bolan, original watercolour, original GWR terminus Cheltenham Spa
     

Original GWR terminus at Cheltenham St James c.1855

Ink and wash       22" x 15.5"
PRICE framed 450
RETIREMENT SALE PRICE 250


Sean Bolan, original watercolour, Deben Cottage, Chipping Campden circa 1910
     

Deben Cottage, Park Lane,

Chipping Campden Circa 1910
Watercolour       14.5" x 10.5"
PRICE framed 635
RETIREMENT SALE PRICE 350


Sean Bolan, original watercolour, Deben Cottage, Chipping Campden circa 1910
     

Forge Cottage, Blind Lane,

Chipping Campden Circa 1910
Watercolour       14.5" x 10.5"
PRICE framed 635
RETIREMENT SALE PRICE 350

    


Sean Bolan, original watercolour,, all i caught was a cold
     

All I caught was a cold

Watercolour       6.5" x 5"
PRICE framed 245
RETIREMENT SALE PRICE 125


Sean Bolan, original watercolour, sompting church
     

Sompting Church

Watercolour       13" x 10"
PRICE framed 450
RETIREMENT SALE PRICE 250


Sean Bolan, original watercolour, chiltern lane
     

Chiltern Lane

Watercolour       14" x 10"
PRICE framed 485
RETIREMENT SALE PRICE 245


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      Through Sean's art we are privileged to glimpse a bygone era, capturing a  Britain that has largely disappeared, swept away in the name of progress, his pictures recreate our bountiful heritage.   Interpreted in Sean's talented and unique style, whether a railway, transport, countryside or military picture, each depicts the everyday doings of ordinary people; a moment in time evoked and so atmospheric, we can smell the smoke or feel that cold wind blowing.
       Sean was born in 1948 in Rowlands Castle, Hampshire, he studied graphics, photography and film making at Portsmouth College of Art. A self taught artist, he turned  professional in 1976, leaving his post as signalman on the railway to further his artistic career.  So well respected was his work he was elected Chairman of the Guild of Railway Artists in the early '80's. His works, mainly in watercolour,  but also in gouache and oil, hang in the Science Museum, National Railway Museum, Brigade of Guards Museum and in the Sergeants' Mess of the 1st. Battalion of the Grenadier Guards, national institutions, multi-national organisations as well as many private collections all over the world.
       His pictures help us to remember our social history,  they touch us with fond nostalgia,  their timeless charm and realism is attributed to his painstaking research and driving desire for accuracy, capturing that moment in time which the camera missed.


OPENING HOURS

Monday - Friday:  9.30 - 1.00  &  2.00 - 5.00
Saturday:    9.30 - 5.00
Sundays:  By appointment with pleasure


Steve & Val Farnsworth,

Grimes House, High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire,
GL56 0AT
, England
Tel +44 (0) 1608 651029
Email
grimeshouse@gmail.com