A picture speaks a thousand words

September 08, 2020

A picture speaks a thousand words

So this day we all have phones and within a few seconds can check out an artist, I would implore you all that lots of meritorious pictures are not listed and still have a great place in our hearts and homes.

However Peter Dykes seems to of got the measure of this, where his pictures generally been more of the 20th century have got good provenance and google history. Whilst Phil Brough and others provide the primitive and chocolate bow end my favourite, only as I buy with my eyes and heart and not my phone.

We have Sonia Cashman offering seroius period miniatures & naive pictures and silhouettes, Dan Groucott & Andrew Tabona giving modern decorative designer type pictures a whirl too. Through to T.P. our house clearer offering good honest pictures and frames for frame value £10 to £100 mark.

Really for a lay person such as myself who knows what I like we have something for every taste and pocket.

Since lock down reopening pictures have been really selling well through out the range, peoples homes are more important and the youngsters seem to buy Peter Sheldon's antiques prints often repeat buying and buying several at one time.

Homes are important again and its seems pictures are too.

Its been like a slow volcano building slowly space by space Peter Dykes picture gallery gets filled, slightly hampered by sales i.e. more space been made.

Builders got through super quick room ready for carpet now too, despite break in attempt.

Gallery is open I am not sure if it will ever be full as Peter Dykes keeps selling them ah well worse problems to have.







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