Fall Picks – London

Autumn settles on our land, bringing colors and melancholic sceneries with it; a piece of art in itself.

Little by little, our outdoor activities are moving back inside our homes. What’s more pleasant than feeling cozy in a room enriched by original art?

This fall, ArtWe invites you to experience the colorful autumn season, as reflected in our local artists’ minds.

Our selected pieces are a fantastic way to adorn your walls with character and authenticity at affordable prices ranging from £290 to £1,200.

Contemporary art, made accessible.

Rosemary Lewis: Impressionist Masterpiece

Neighborhood: Richmond upon Thames

This oil painting, by Rosemary Lewis, is stunning in many ways. Her Impressionist style made of small, brightly colored touches brings out the most of England’s charming countryside landscape. And what a landscape it is!

Richmond Bridge, July Day is a masterpiece to be added to all art collections.

Richmond Bridge, July Day – 350 GBP

Oil on Panel, 8 x 10 in, 2020 by Rosemary Lewis

Lada Pestretsova: A Fruitful Heritage

Neighborhood: City of London

Lada Pestretsova’s art has been influenced by many artists, for example, Chagall, whose heritage is clearly seen in her painting Salacia. Her contemporary works are unique; from their composition to their color palette, leaving no doubt about the artist who created them.

An excellent choice if you’re looking to purchase London contemporary art.

Breakfast – 550 GBP

Acrylic on canvas, 50 x 50 cm, by Lada Pestretsova

Salacia (Green Nude) – 550 GBP

Acrylic on canvas, 50 x 50 cm, by Lada Pestretsova

Anthony Walker: Unique Bestiary

Neighborhood: Croydon

Anthony Walker is a local representative of the Hyperrealism movement in visual art. His 2020 works constitute a unique bestiary. ArtWe selected two pieces to exhibit: a chimpanzee looking intently at the public and a zebra close-up that shows a lot of expressivity.

Walker’s artwork is not only exceptional, it also helps to change our vision of the animal kingdom.

Midas – 1,200 GBP

Acrylic on cotton canvas, 100 x 120 cm, 2020 by Anthony Walker

Crossroads – 860 GBP

Acrylic on MDF, 110 x 100 cm, 2020 by Anthony Walker

Paul Hillary: The Universe Beyond

Neighborhood: East London

Paul Hillary has successfully developed a unique artistic universe that sets his works apart. A mysterious and unreal atmosphere emerges from his paintings, catching the eyes and the mind of anyone looking at them.

A delightful discovery from London.

Winged Wildernes – 400 GBP

Acrylic and oil on canvas, 66 x 66 cm by Paul Hillary

Aurora – 400 GBP

Acrylic and Oil on Board, 66 x 64 cm, 2018 by Paul Hillary

Anastasia Saburova: Still Life Revisited

Neighborhood: City of London

Still life is a centuries-old theme in visual art, but once in a while, a contemporary artist such as Anastasia Saburova successfully revisits the genre. Her stunning watercolor painting represents several realistic oranges and a bunch of succulent strawberries dripping on the paper.

It’s an uncommon (and welcome!) artistic vision to see on ArtWe London.

Finnish strawberry – 290 GBP

Watercolor on Paper, 40 x 55 (cm), 2020 by Anastasia Saburova

Miles Takes: Jumping in a Pool

Neighborhood: Islington

Summer afternoons in the pool are way behind us, but we can count on Miles Takes to bring us back there in the middle of autumn.

His contemporary artwork is unquestionably surprising. A more complicated game is at stake behind the apparent simplicity of his compositions: finding the perfect balance between geometric layout and color mix.

The result is sensational, like jumping in a real pool.

I’d like to dip my toe in. – 650 GBP

Acrylic on wooden panel, 30 x 30 in, 2020 by Miles Takes

The Summer We Lost – A deep pool – 500 GBP

Acrylic on wooden panel, 30 x 30 in, 2020 by Miles Takes

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Bring art into your home!

ArtWe Team

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