Lawrence Coulson, the UK’s perennial favourite landscape artist

August 6, 2013 on 3:26 pm | In Landscape Art, Lawrence Coulson, Washington Green Fine Art | 1 Comment

Lawrence Coulson has been the UK’s perennial favourite landscape artist for more years than I care to remember & since 1999/2000 he has been in continuous published format.

Being published continuously for 14 years is an achievement few artists reach, very often falling out of vogue but Coulson’s art has that certain je nais se qu that not only keeps his work fresh & vibrant but also makes his new releases highly anticipated.




‘Majesty And Mist’ limited edition on paper

Looking to next month, we usually see a range of new releases by his publisher Washington Green Fine Art and we are hoping Lawrence will be amongst them, with wondrous new landscapes to showcase!

I was impressed with his series of limited edition released way back In February this year: ‘August,’ ‘Come With Me,’ ‘Estuary Silence,’ ‘Majesty And Mist,’ ‘Shoreline Dreams,’ ‘You Are So Much More’ – they where spectacular. They highlighted the diversity of colours he is able to work with and also the printing mediums his limited edition prints ‘work’ on. (some published on paper and some onto canvas board)




‘Come With Me’ limited edition on canvas board

Just to focus on the above image for a few moments, we can see why Coulson carries so much artistic magic in his hands. The warm ever changing colour of the glowing evening sunset set against the deep blue sea & in the foreground, leading up to the edge of the hill, we have grasses gently moving with the breeze, leading up to the majestic trees sitting silently and overlooking the horizon. Is this an English taste of paradise?




Recent photograph of the artist from his facebook page in March 2013,
yes even artists have to clear snow!

Thank you

James

150+ Lawrence Coulson artworks for sale
Washington Green Fine Art (his publisher)
Lawrence Coulson’s Facebook page



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  1. Once i think of a Lawrence Coulson, My partner and i generally think about extremely expensive items of art on show somewhere

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