sir william russell flint
01623 799309
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Sir William Russell Flint







 

The Sir William Russell Flint Fine Art collection of
Limited Edition Prints and Original Paintings.

Contact information
For prices and information
d@russellflint.com
Phone:-
01623 799 309
For viewings at the studio, please telephone for an appointment.

Visit the studio in Nottinghamshire, or arrange a private viewing in your home.

We will endeavour to better any quote and give you the finest possible service
99.9% of signed, limited editions are in stock,
although we usually have only one of each title

For over 30 years the paintings and prints by Sir William Russell Flint view here have been our speciality
500 limited edition prints, personally signed and unsigned editions after his death; A wonderful collection original watercolour paintings and drawings, are also for sale.
In the heart of the French countryside, near the beautiful towns of Brantome and St. Jean du Cole lies La Chabroulie, Holiday house to let in Dordogne France view.
Limited edition prints, in particular the signed, limited edition prints (ie. pre 1969) were in enormous demand at the date of publication,
the entire edition would often be sold out within several hours of the prints being released.
Unlike books, a 'second' edition of these prints is never produced, and apart from the original painting these prints are the only original hand signed, limited editions that have over the years become very collectable and sought after artworks, some of which are almost one hundred years old.

A master of watercolour painting, Sir William Russell Flint's work enjoys the recognition amongst the finest and most experienced art of our time.
Please see a collection of work by some of the world's finestartists:- widlife paintings of David Shepherd view. His signed prints
and paintings are a amazing portrayal not only of the animals he paints, but of the atmosphere and landscapes throughout the world. The work of one incredibly talented artist, who painted the working lives of everdayday people in the 1960s is now of the geatest importance to both art collectors and and financial investors. The signed prints and paintings of L.S.Lowry view have been increasing in value on a regular basis and his work according to recent studies, is now more sought after and of greater investment value than many modern British artists.