James Warwick

Based in the south of England, James Warwick’s pictures have been finalists twice in the 'Wildlife Photographer of the Year' competition and are published regularly worldwide in various forms. We are absolutely delighted to be able to show and offer his phenomenal work to our clients.

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Jeremy Houghton

Jeremy Houghton is a British painter whose work attempts to capture movement. With a career marked by contrasting experiences and places as well as a long-standing commitment to the countryside, Houghton’s work spans a broad spectrum – from the arresting drama of dynamic sports to the quiet, unhurried pace of traditional rural life. Regardless of subject, there is always an enthusiasm for communicating the individual qualities of a person, event or place.


Imogen Man

After obtaining a diploma in Fine Art at Wimbledon Art School, Imogen then studied under Rosie Sanders and at RHS Wisley focusing on botanical drawings. In 2003 Imogen enrolled at Charles Cecil Studios in Florence, Italy, learning the importance of drawing and painting from life with natural light using a technique called sight size. Famous traditional artists used this method, her favourite being the incredible painter John Singer Sargent.