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Mesmerizing Paintings - Nathan Ford  Nathan Ford is a UK-based artist who took a BA (Hons) degree in Fine Art at Byam Shaw School of Art. His work has been seen in solo exhibitions in Bath and group exhibitions including those of the Royal Society of British Artists (2001 2002, 2012) and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters (1999–2011), whose Winsor and Newton Young Artist of the Year Award he won in 2001, 2003 and 2010. His work was included in the BP Portrait Award in 2000, 2010 and 2011…

Mesmerizing Paintings - Nathan Ford Nathan Ford is a UK-based artist who took a BA (Hons) degree in Fine Art at Byam Shaw School of Art. His work has been seen in solo exhibitions in Bath and group exhibitions including those of the Royal Society of British Artists (2001 2002, 2012) and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters (1999–2011), whose Winsor and Newton Young Artist of the Year Award he won in 2001, 2003 and 2010. His work was included in the BP Portrait Award in 2000, 2010 and 2011…

Original acrylic and oil on stretched canvas by international selling British artist Pete Rumney  http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PETE-RUMNEY-FINE-ART-ORIGINAL-OIL-ACRYLIC-IMPRESSIONIST-TAXI-RED-UMBRELLA-LEGS-/311126806008

Original acrylic and oil on stretched canvas by international selling British artist Pete Rumney http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PETE-RUMNEY-FINE-ART-ORIGINAL-OIL-ACRYLIC-IMPRESSIONIST-TAXI-RED-UMBRELLA-LEGS-/311126806008

Single smear test could detect three types of cancer in women which claim 7,000 lives a year

Single test to detect three types of cancer in women which claim 7,000 lives a year

Single smear test could detect three types of cancer in women which claim 7,000 lives a year

Sanna Annukka Silk screen print designed and hand printed by Sanna Annukka. Very limited edition of 30 only. 285gsm Fabriano Rosapina. Paper size 50 x 70c...

Instant Download - Digital Collage Sheet - Traditional Folk Art - Embroidery - 1 x 1 inch ( 25 mm) circles - JPG&PNG images

Sanna Annukka Silk screen print designed and hand printed by Sanna Annukka. Very limited edition of 30 only. 285gsm Fabriano Rosapina. Paper size 50 x 70c...

Made from silk crêpe de chine with a wash for a soft finish and a beautiful drape, this maxi dress has a slim fit and a modern silhouette. The waist seam and bust darts fit the dress elegantly to the bodice, while the bias cut accentuates the fluid drape of the skirt. Part of our Marcus James collection, it tells a story of balance and beauty. The illustrative British artist was inspired by order (the concept behind our Spring/Summer collection is order and chaos), to create a set of flo...

Made from silk crêpe de chine with a wash for a soft finish and a beautiful drape, this maxi dress has a slim fit and a modern silhouette. The waist seam and bust darts fit the dress elegantly to the bodice, while the bias cut accentuates the fluid drape of the skirt. Part of our Marcus James collection, it tells a story of balance and beauty. The illustrative British artist was inspired by order (the concept behind our Spring/Summer collection is order and chaos), to create a set of flo...

Summertime Hollyhocks by Ann Mortimer - Thank you to those that follow Sheree's Watercolor Art board @https://www.pinterest.com/by_grace/watercolor-art/

Summertime Hollyhocks by Ann Mortimer - Thank you to those that follow Sheree's Watercolor Art board @https://www.pinterest.com/by_grace/watercolor-art/

River Mirrors — Caryn Moberly | “Each River Mirror is created by British artist and designer Caryn Moberly from beautiful pieces of burred elm. The mirrors resemble water flowing between the natural banks of a river. Caryn uses the natural undulating shape of the tree to form the river banks, and so no two mirrors are the same.”

River Mirrors — Caryn Moberly | “Each River Mirror is created by British artist and designer Caryn Moberly from beautiful pieces of burred elm. The mirrors resemble water flowing between the natural banks of a river. Caryn uses the natural undulating shape of the tree to form the river banks, and so no two mirrors are the same.”

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