Friday, 11 March 2011

Nicholas Hely Hutchinson

They're not fashionable, and you're more likely to see them on greetings cards than museum walls, but I find there's something so uplifting about Nicholas Hely Hutchinson's paintings. They're often of landscapes I know and love - such as Dorset, Cornwall and the west coast of Ireland - or wild flower meadows, remote cottages and bluebells woods. Find some of his greetings cards, produced by Canns Down Press, at Papergrain.

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful! My friend showed me another of 'A Window in St Ives' that's lovely too. :)