Flying Colours Gallery, Chelsea
London Art Gallery
Crawfurd Adamson
Jennifer Anderson
Shona Barr
Oona Campbell
John Cunningham RGI
Douglas Davies
Francis Farmar
Catherine Forshall
Colin Fraser
James Fullarton
Claire Harrigan RSW
Pam Hawkes
Nick Hebditch
Albert Irvin OBE RA
Juris Jurjans
Morag Lloyds
Stephen Mangan
Jean Martin RSW
Emerson Mayes
Rory McLauchlan
Robert McPartland
Alberto Morrocco OBE FRSA FRSE RGI RP
Sandy Murphy RGI RSW
Lin Osborn
Alvaro Petritoli
Tim Pomeroy
James D Robertson RGI RSA RSW
Anthony Scullion RGI
Charles Simpson
Clare Trenchard
Stephanie Tuckwell
Ethel Walker
Peter White
Ingrid Wilkins

Francis Farmar

Francis Farmar was born in Surrey in 1948 and began painting at an early age. He won the Eton College School Drawing Prize and later studied in Florence at Simi's Academy. He attended St Martins's School of Art and the West of England College of Art, Bristol, graduating in 1971.

After working in Christie's Modern British Picture department in London he resumed painting in the mid-1980's and lived in Scotland until 1993, working both as an artist and independent art consultant. Farmar is now a full-time artist based in the West Country.

He works within a long tradition of panoramic landscape painting, to which is added his own distinctive vision of life which captures and encapsulates the life and spirit of a place. Farmar's third solo exhibition with Flying Colours Gallery was in May 2013.

Oil paintings and watercolours range in price from £2,000 to £12,500
If you require further information or wish to purchase one of the works below please contact the gallery.

Beach Scene, Swanage, Dorset
oil on canvas, 61cm x 61cm
Hungerford Bridge from South Bank, London
oil on canvas, 61cm x 61cm
Poole Quay , Dorset
watercolour, 51cm x 51cm
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