CURATOR: SARAH O'KANE           |             M. 07777 691 050           |             sok@stannesgalleries.com           |             @StAnnesLewes


Snowdrops, Early Evening
oil on canvas
36 x31cm

SOLD



Bluebell  Woods, Beacon Hill
oil on canvas
61 x 51cm

SOLD

 


Bluebell Wood, Beacon Hill after Rainfall
oil on canvas 81 x 71cm
SOLD

 


Craven Wood, Spring
oil on canvas
73 x76cm

£1,350



Hope Gaps Cliff, Winter
oil on canvas 76 x 91cm

SOLD

 


Woodlands, Whitehawk Hill No.6
oil on canvas 90 x 90cm

SOLD

 


Windswept Tree, Cuckmere Haven No.1
40 x 30cm
charcoal on paper

£420 framed



Sheepcote Valley Bush
oil on canvas 20 x 24cm

SOLD

 


Mount Caburn, Autumn

oil on canvas, 32 x 40cm

£500



Seven Sisters in the Sunshine

65 x 117cm
oil on canvas
SOLD



Firle Beacon from Vanguard Way
51 x 59 cm
oil on canvas
SOLD

 


Tree with Catkins
oil on canvas
SOLD

 


Winter Trees, Ovingdean
oil on canvas 62 x 76cm

£780

 


Woodlands , Whitehawk Hill No.3
oil on canvas
70 x 76cm

SOLD

 


Springtime, Whitehawk
oil on canvas 90 x 90cm

SOLD

 


Saltdean Seascape (No.2)
oil on canvas
26 x 30cm

£475

JULIAN LE BAS

Born in 1958, Julian Le Bas is a Sussex artist whose robust charcoal drawings and oil paintings re-awaken a sense of our presence and emotional involvement in the natural world. The process of either drawing or painting from observation envelopes his work in the nuances of light rolling across the Sussex Downs and beyond.

He was tutored at University of Brighton by Dennis Creffield, who in turn was taught by David Bomberg. Le Bas continues the discipline of bringing weight and volume into light and space in what has become the English manner. His work is at once delicate yet full of movement and resolution.

Julian Le Bas is widely collected and has artworks held in public collections: Towner Gallery, Hove Museum and Art Gallery, South East Arts Collection. Exhibitions include Jerwood Prize Touring Exhibition. Julian, who lives in Brighton,is also a teacher of art, including at Morley College and Lewes Prison.

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