Any of the paintings being offered for sale from the artist's studio can be viewed at the studio by prior appointment. Every care has been taken to ensure an accurate reproduction of each painting on this website, but nothing can better seeing the original for yourself. To make an appointment, please email via this website by clicking on the "Email Ivan" link or by telephoning the studio direct on 01983 882648.

Postage and packing to anywhere in the UK is free on all original paintings. Airmail to overseas countries will be charged at cost and will include insurance. Items marked as framed can be sold with or without their frames, but I regret that any frames containing glass cannot be shipped and these items will be sold unframed, unless collected in person.

Lone Wolf

Acrylic on Board 40.6 x 30.8cm

£325

Bembridge Windmill

Acrylic on Board 40.6 x 30.8cm

£225

Climbout from Scampton

Acrylic on Canvas 50.8 x 30.5cm

SOLD

Avro Vulcan XL318 of 617 Sqn tucks the gear up as she climbs out for a night exercise from Scampton.

Sunlight on Culver

Acrylic on Canvas 45.7 x 30.5cm

£325

A Spring Tide at Black Rock

Acrylic on Canvas 76.2 x 50.8cm

£495

Autumn Sun at Big Rock

Acrylic on Canvas 50.8 x 50.8cm

£325

The Cockle Pickers

Acrylic on Canvas 61.0 x 40.6cm

£425

Forest's End

Acrylic on Canvas 40.6 x 30.5cm

£275

Last One Home

Acrylic on Canvas 76.2 x 40.6cm

£525

Wootton Station

Acrylic on Canvas 40.5 x 25.5cm

SOLD

Virtually no evidence remains of the original Wootton Station, although a new station platform has been constructed on the opposite side of the raised road to serve the Isle of Wight Steam Railway. Accessed by a steep path from Station Road, Wootton was to face early closure on 29th September 1953, largely due to subsidence which continued to plague the site right up until the eventual closure of the Newport - Ryde line in 1966 when the entire viaduct was filled in and the track bed turned into a cycle path.

Horringford Station

Acrylic on Canvas 40.5 x 25.5cm

SOLD

Wearing its black Southern Railways livery, A1X Terrier W8 'Freshwater' approaches a 1940s snow-bound Horringford Station near Arreton. This station and indeed the entire line was closed forever on 6th February 1956 when it was deemed unprofitable.

The Knight's Wrath

Acrylic on Canvas Board 29.7 x 21cm

SOLD

Study in Light and Shade

Acrylic on Board 41 x 25.5cm, Framed

SOLD

Betrayed

Oil on Board 41 x 25.5cm, Framed

SOLD

The Silence

Acrylic on Board 43 x 35.5cm, Framed

SOLD

Girl in a Window

Acrylic on Board 30.5 x 23cm, Framed

£295

RMS Titanic

Oil on Canvas 71 x 46cm, Framed

£3,500

The elegance of the White Star Line's most iconic and tragic ship is evidenced here as RMS Titanic steams majestically into history against the warm glow of the Atlantic dusk.

[This impressive canvas is being offered on behalf of a client and any serious offers will be passed on to them for their consideration]

Guardian of the Forest

Acrylic on Canvas 51 x 30.5cm

SOLD

The Old Mill Pond

Acrylic on Board 17 x 14cm, Framed

£175

First Light

Acrylic on Board 45.7 x 38cm

£550

A Passing Storm

Acrylic on Canvas 48 x 33cm

£450 Framed

Isle of Wight Railway Collection

Eleven Paintings

£600 to £800 each

A rare opportunity to purchase paintings from a private collection depicting the age of steam on the Isle of Wight.

Please click on the image to see details of each of the eleven paintings.

Lady On Red

Acrylic on board 45.7 x 30.5cm

£800 Framed

Figure study, 2015.

The Watering Place

Oil on canvas 91.5 x 61cm

£800 Framed

Dreamer

Oil on board 51 x 40.5cm

£900

Figure study, 2011