Artist: James Longueville PS RBSA

Tide Out, St Peter Port, Guernsey

18 x 24 pastel

The Hampshire Avon at Shallow Farm

16“ x 24“ oil

The Way to the Sea, Walberswick

12“ x 18“ oil

Landscape at Cley Next-the-Sea

16“ x 24“ oil

Sunlight on the Canale Cannaregio, Venice

12 x 18 oil

The Bay

18“ x 24“ oil

Walberswick Beach

16“ x 24“ oil

Summer Lane

12“ x 16“ oil

Sun and Shadow Winter

24“ x 36“ oil

Blythburgh

12“ x 18“ oil

Bridge Street, Chester, Winter Light

10“ x 14“ watercolour

Marshland Channel North Norfolk

16“ x 24“ oil

Evening Sky, Shropshire

16“ x 24“ pastel

From Burgh Castle, Norfolk

12“ x 18“ oil

Moorings at Thurne

11“ x 15“ Pastel

Morning on the Blackwater, Maldon

12“ x 18“ oil

Morston Creek

16“ x 24“ pastel

Murano Morning

10“ x 12“ oil

Sails on the Bure

8“ x 12“ oil

Snow on the Marshes, St Benet’s Abbey

16“ x 24“ oil

Summer at Salthouse

16“ x 24“ oil

Summer by the Orwell

16“ x 24“ oil

Afternoon in the Roman Forum

18 x 24 Pastel

Gardens Below The Aventine, Rome

18 x 24 Pastel

SOLD

Cattle at Beeston

16“ x 24“ oil

Clouds in Spring, Burnham Market

16 x 24 oil

Seascape Towards Llandudno

14 x 24 oil

St Benet’s Abbey, April

12 x 18 oil

Summer Landscape Towards Holt

16 x 24 oil

Sunlight and Shadow, Venice

10 x 8 oil

The Coast near Waxham

16 x 24 oil

Winter Landscape After Rain

12 x 18 oil

Coast Near St Malo

16“ x 24“ oil

Fountain in the Piazza Della Rotunda, Rome

16 x 24 Pastel

Cley Mill from the Marshes

16“ x 24“ oil

A Back Canal, Venice

12“ x 10“ oil

Shower over the Estuary Hoylake

18“ x 24“ pastel

Landscape with Cattle, Norfolk

12“ x18“ oil

Grand Canal Venice

20 x 30 oil

SOLD

Fountain in the Piazza Della Rotunda, Rome

16 x 24 oil

James Longueville was born in 1942 near Chester. Following a career in journalism, he started to paint professionally in 1972, concentrating on the landscape around his South Cheshire studio.

Working in oil, pastel and watercolour, his work is traditionally figurative, influenced by a long line of exponents in European Landscape painting from Boudin, Constable and the East Anglian School to Wilson Steer, Seago and others. He learned much from the fine North country artist Angus Rands.

He successfully captures colour, light and atmosphere in his paintings. Being interested in, and/or excited by, his subject is of paramount importance to him - he is fascinated by light and its interaction with colour and activity.

He paints daily and travels in England, Ireland, France and Italy always looking for new material. His work hangs in public and private collections as well as in significant corporate collections in this country and abroad. He has won twice the Patterson Pastel Award at the Pastel Society. He was awarded the John White Memorial Prize at Patterson’s Venice in Peril Exhibition 2010. He has exhibited regularly at the Mall Galleries London, and with the Royal Society of British Artists and the Royal Society of Oil Painters. He is a highly regarded senior member of the Pastel Society to which he was elected in 1983. He has shown in the Royal Academy and exhibits with the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, a full member of which society he was elected in 1989.

All his work passes through Sarah Samuels Fine Paintings before going to galleries in London, Norfolk and Suffolk where his work is also regularly exhibited.