Andrew Curtis

Andrew Curtis
Cordoba
oil and acrylic on canvas
61 x 76cm
£595 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Zanzibar
oil and acrylic on board
34 x 44cm
£450
Andrew Curtis
San Marco, Venice
oil on board
29.5 x 24cm
£340
Andrew Curtis
Helga’s Folly, Kandy, Sri Lanka
oil and acrylic on canvas
50.5 x 61cm
£525 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Helga’s Garden III, Sri Lanka
oil on board
24 x 34cm
£280
Andrew Curtis
Medina, Marrakech
oil and acrylic on board
24.5 x 29cm
£380
Andrew Curtis
Desert Wind, Morocco
watercolour
50.5 x 72cm
£350
Andrew Curtis
Helga’s Garden II, Kandy, Sri Lanka
oil on board
25 x 35cm
£230 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Sphinx
oil on board
25 x 35cm
£230 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Andros Town, Greece
watercolour, pen and ink
32 x 27.5cm
£130 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Tunisian Desert
watercolour
19 x 27cm
£110 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Kerala Beach
oil on board
35 x 25cm
£230 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Kerala
oil on board
35 x 25cm
£230 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Ait Ben Haddou, Morocco
oil on board
25 x 34.5cm
£230 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Siem Reep, Angkor Wat, Cambodia
watercolour, pen and ink
21 x 28cm
£110 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Botanical Gardens, Sri Lanka
oil on board
25.5 x 35cm
£230 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Greek Fishing Village
watercolour, pen and ink
32 x 27.5cm
£130 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Fornalutz Village, Majorca
watercolour
27 x 19.5cm
£110 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Kom Ombo, Egypt
watercolour, pen and ink
26 x 18cm
£125 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Inner Temple, Karnak
oil on board
34 x 24.5cm
£280
Andrew Curtis
Majorelle Gardens
watercolour
33 x 23cm
£110 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Small Majorelle
watercolour, pen and ink
24.5 x 17cm
£110 (unframed)
Andrew Curtis
Temple, Laos
oil on board
35.5 x 25.5cm
£230 (unframed)

Andrew studied at the Ruskin School of Fine Art and St Edmund Hall, Oxford. He has exhibited at the New English Art Club, Royal Society of British Artists, Royal Institute of Oil Painters (winner of the 2002 Windsor and Newton Award), the Royal West of England Academy, and a number of galleries throughout England and Scotland.

Much of his work is inspired by his travels, attempting to capture the essence of a place, rather than a mere likeness. This he does through abstraction, a means of producing work that “gets underneath the surface of a subject”. Starting with a sketch or an oil study on location, Andrew translates the impressions of his travels into paintings, allowing them to evolve naturally over time.

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