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John Horsewell [Biography]

John Horsewell

Essex- born John Horsewell had a love for art from an early age; unsurprising when you consider that his parents and grandfather were all professional artists. Whilst at school he experimented with all forms of media, soon realizing that oils were most suited to his style of working, best allowing him to convey the light and shadow he desired.

Upon leaving school Horsewell entered the world of interior design, continuing to paint in his spare time. He exhibited extensively; first locally and then- as his reputation gained weight- across Manchester, Birmingham and London. In 1978 he decided to pursue painting as a full time profession, and has experienced great success in doing so.

Horsewell most frequently chooses to depict his own most loved landscapes, from the vistas of Southern Europe to the tranquil shores of Florida, where he spends much of his time. His paintings are executed using both brushes and palette knives, giving them their distinctive texture. The flair with which he paints communicates the pleasure of the location he has reveled in, inviting the viewer to share in the experience with him.

Working today from his studio on the Essex/ Suffolk border, Horsewell continues to express his affection for the natural world around him, his technique ever evolving.

Bare Necessity ~

Acrylic on Board

Bounty Forever ~

Acrylic on Board

Echo River ~

Acrylic on Board

Rhumba ~

Acrylic on Board

Southern Comfort ~

Acrylic on Board

Tamerlán ~

Acrylic on Board

Les Delices ~

Acrylic on Board

Little Honey ~

Acrylic on Board

Parlame D'amore ~

Acrylic on Board

Philosopher Boy ~

Acrylic on Board

Sandpiper ~

Acrylic on Board

Northern Exposure ~

Acrylic on Board

Portogalo ~

Acrylic on Board

Suavecito II ~

Acrylic on Board

Reserved

Acuario ~

Acrylic on Board

Reserved

Bourdolay II ~

Acrylic on Board

Reserved

Tous les Jours ~

Acrylic on Board

Reserved

Maria Del Cielo ~

Acrylic on Board

Reserved

Parlame D'amore ~

Acrylic on Board

Reserved

Tumba la Tanga ~

Acrylic on Board

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Le Savoir ~

Acrylic on Board

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Rachel The Sublime ~

Acrylic on Board

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Sancho Panza ~

Acrylic on Board

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Titan's Clash ~

Acrylic on Board

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

'Copacubana Beach'

Oil on Board

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Ocean Bay~

Acrylic on Board

John Horsewell

Essex- born John Horsewell had a love for art from an early age; unsurprising when you consider that his parents and grandfather were all professional artists. Whilst at school he experimented with all forms of media, soon realizing that oils were most suited to his style of working, best allowing him to convey the light and shadow he desired.

Upon leaving school Horsewell entered the world of interior design, continuing to paint in his spare time. He exhibited extensively; first locally and then- as his reputation gained weight- across Manchester, Birmingham and London. In 1978 he decided to pursue painting as a full time profession, and has experienced great success in doing so.

Horsewell most frequently chooses to depict his own most loved landscapes, from the vistas of Southern Europe to the tranquil shores of Florida, where he spends much of his time. His paintings are executed using both brushes and palette knives, giving them their distinctive texture. The flair with which he paints communicates the pleasure of the location he has reveled in, inviting the viewer to share in the experience with him.

Working today from his studio on the Essex/ Suffolk border, Horsewell continues to express his affection for the natural world around him, his technique ever evolving.

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