Ken Symonds Original Pastel Painting Still Life Of Flowers Fruit And Glasses


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A superb Original Pastel Painting by Ken Symonds.

Ken Symonds studied art in London in the 1950s and travelled widely undertaking drawing commissions in Africa before moving to Cornwall in 1960. He painted extensively, making landscape sketches around Penwith or drawing from the model in Penzance before completing the works in his studio, a converted church in Newlyn which has panoramic views over the bay towards St Michael's Mount. The landscape of west Cornwall is a central theme to much of his work. Coastal scenes, lighthouses, cliffs, moors, hamlets and disused tin mines often feature but it is the light and tonality that define his style. Over the years oil paintings became less frequent and most of Ken's later work was in watercolours or pastels. In addition to his landscapes, Ken was also a well known painter of nudes. Ken painted and exhibited across the UK, Europe, America, Africa and Asia. His work is widely held in both public and private collections internationally. He was a member of the Penwith Society of Artists, a former Chairman of the Newlyn Society of Artists and was invited to become a member of the Pastel Society in 1990. Sadly Ken Symonds died in August 2010.

The painting is titled: FLOWERS, FRUIT & GLASSES.

Signed to the lower right.

Approximately 32" by 25 3/4" including the frame, the painting is approximately 24 1/2" by 18 1/4".

The painting is in excellent condition, there are a few marks to the mount and there is some wear to the frame.

Condition Used

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