“Mousehole Harbour” – Michael Praed

Michael Praed Artist Cornwall

We are pleased to report that this beautiful example of Michael Praed’s work – “Mousehole” – has now been sold, as a gift for someone who loves Mousehole. Perfect!

Michael was born in Cornwall and studied at both the Penzance and Falmouth Schools of Art. His paintings of boats, fishing ports and the coast of Cornwall are strong in both line and colour, having developed a personal style that can be readily recognised as his work.

His first solo show at NAG was in 1981, and his paintings have been part of many mixed shows both with NSA and at the Penwith Gallery, both of which artists’ societies he has been a member. From 1978-80 he was Chairman of the NSA.

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Buy Michael Praed Art Online “Mousehole Harbour” by Michael Praed, Oil on board, The Alverton Gallery, Penzance

 


“Peaceful Morning” – Michael Praed

Michael Praed Artist

We are pleased to report that this near perfect example of Michael Praed’s work – “Peaceful Morning” – sold today and is now on its way to Maine USA!

Michael was born in Cornwall and studied at both the Penzance and Falmouth Schools of Art. His paintings of boats, fishing ports and the coast of Cornwall are strong in both line and colour, having developed a personal style that can be readily recognised as his work.

His first solo show at NAG was in 1981, and his paintings have been part of many mixed shows both with NSA and at the Penwith Gallery, both of which artists’ societies he has been a member. From 1978-80 he was Chairman of the NSA.

 

Michael Praed Artist Online

Michael Praed Artist Online “Peaceful Morning” by Michael Praed, Oil on board,  The Alverton Gallery, Penzance


The Isles of Scilly as Seen from the Mainland – Carn Eanes, Pendeen

Scilly Isles Seen From Pendeen

This photograph went viral during the recent heatwave attracting over 45000 impressions on Facebook. The picture was taken on an exceptionally clear day in July 2016 and I was standing on Carn Eanes, at the top of the footpath above Pendeen Church, looking out across the ocean beyond Botallack Count House. Look closely and you should be able to make out the beach on St Martin’s at the far right of the photo. The Isles of Scilly are 28 miles from Pendeen but at the time the photo was taken they seemed only about three miles away. All in all an awesome sight!

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