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  • HRH Prince of Wales

    HRH Charles, Prince of Wales is a landscape painter. Using watercolours to capture scenes from Balmoral, Sandringham, Highgrove and further afield, the paintings are rarely for sale and all proceeds go directly to the Prince of Wales Charitable Foundation.

    HRH Prince of Wales

  • Nick Walker

    Nick Walker is one of the world’s best-known street artists emerging from the infamous and groundbreaking Bristol graffiti scene of the early 1980s.

    Nick Walker

  • Andy Warhol

    Andy Warhol (born Andrew Warhola in 1928) is the undisputed King of the Pop Art Movement. His prints are more popular than ever, and have become some of the most favoured artworks on the market.

    Andy Warhol

  • John Waterhouse

    Over the last 10 years John Waterhouse has established a reputation as an artist of substance, with his oil paintings of landscapes and the female form.

    John Waterhouse

  • Tom Wesselmann

    Tom Wesselmann is an American pop artist, using intense colours and tight, formal composition and incorporated imagery from magazines and advertisements he was one of the foremost artists of his time.

    Tom Wesselmann

  • Martin Whatson

    Norwegian street artist, Whatson studied art and graphic design at the Westerdals School of Communication in Oslo.  He grew interested...

    Martin Whatson

  • Kieron Williamson

    Kieron Williamson is a watercolour artist from Norfolk, England. His original artwork is highly sought after, with a reported waiting list of over 7,000 people.

    Kieron Williamson

  • Ronnie Wood

    Ronnie Wood is best known for being a member of The Rolling Stones, but his artistic career has been equally...

    Ronnie Wood

  • Christopher Wool

    Christopher Wool is regarded as one of the most important contemporary painters today. He is known for the stark, expressive power of his paintings.

    Christopher Wool