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RICHARD

CLARE LANDSCAPE PAINTER

Manchester & Beyond

View from Lincoln House Chambers Acrylic on canvas 100cm x 100cm ÂŁ2000


Manchester & Beyond A Fundraising Exhibition for The Kalisher Scholarship Trust by award-winning artist Richard Clare

PREVIEW EVENING 22nd May 2014 5.00pm - 8.00pm at: Lincoln House Chambers, Tower 12, The Avenue North, 18-22 Bridge Street, Manchester M3 3BZ

For further information and sales please contact Sigourney Lomax on 0161 832 5701 or email slomax@lincolnhousechambers.com Exhibition continues until 19th June


Derbyshire Barn Acrylic on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


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or this Kalisher Trust fundraising exhibition, landscape artist Richard Clare has put together a collection of 50 paintings featuring predominently Manchester and the dramatic landscape of northern England. The exhibition will be launched at Lincoln House Chambers in central Manchester on the evening of 22nd May 2014 from 5pm to 8pm. Please contact Sigourney Lomax on 0161 832 5701 or email slomax@lincolnhousechambers.com if you would like to attend the preview evening. Further viewings can be made by appointment. The exhibition will continue until 19th June. 25% of sales of paintings sold, and commissions that arise from the exhibition, will go to The Kalisher Scholarship Trust. All paintings are for sale on receipt of the catalogue.

Driving Home Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Blackfriars Bridge, Dusk Acrylic on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


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HE TRUST was set up in 1996 in memory of Michael Kalisher QC, who died tragically in the prime of his career. Michael represented all the best qualities of the Criminal Bar he loved. He was passionate, committed, fearless and irreverent, and had a powerful appreciation of the privilege and the responsibility of speaking for others when it really mattered. As he wished, we help talented students who might otherwise be unable to come to the Bar due to a lack of resources, and we encourage those with conspicuous talent but limited means.

For further information about the trust please visit the website: www.thekalishertrust.org

Shaft of Light Acrylic on board 50cm x 25cm ÂŁ725


Town Hall, Early Morning Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


LINCOLN HOUSE CHAMBERS fields advocates across a range of practice areas from state-of-the-art premises in Manchester. The set deliberately nurtures an ethos of excellence in advocacy, and, in meeting the demands of the client. For over thirty five years this approach has allowed Lincoln House to maintain a lead over its rivals. Predominantly a criminal set, Chambers has a particular expertise dealing with cases of the utmost gravity and complexity. Over the years Chambers’ caseload has included many of the major criminal cases of the day. Today Chambers has re-engineered itself to meet the demands of modern legal practice. Teams of advocates practice in a variety of regulatory and disciplinary fields and in growing areas of civil litigation. Investment in

White Peak Panorama Acrylic on board 60cm x 20cm £725

IT has allowed for a new document management system capable of dealing with members’ heavyweight practices. One benefit of Chambers’ standing is that it finds itself at the hub of an important network of the key players in its practice areas. LHC can count among its clients a number of leading solicitors’ firms and a many of the key figures within the prosecuting authorities. Planned expansion and organic growth now means that there are 13 Queen’s Counsel and 53 juniors in chambers. A number of members hold judicial appointments in tribunals and in the higher courts. Most members of chambers are qualified to accept work on a direct access basis.


Autumn, Castlefield Acrylic on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


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WARD-WINNING ARTIST RICHARD CLARE has been fascinated by landscapes from a very early age.

Most weekends were spent with a sketchbook in hand walking the moors and dales of the Peak District and Yorkshire, the nearest counties to his hometown of Sheffield, and later throughout The British Isles. Since those early days of discovery, Richard worked for over 15 years in the graphics industry before becoming a full-time artist in 1998. His painting technique is based more upon memory recollection supported by sketches and photographs, depending on his choice of subject. “Walking in the landscape, soaking up the atmosphere is just as important as the final act of painting. I am not particularly interested in lifelike realism as I want the viewer to complete the picture in their own minds” says Richard. Many artists continue to inspire him, especially The French Impressionists, Abstract Expressionists and The Scottish Colourists, all these art movements conveyed shape and form via colour and bold mark making. In addition to vibrant colour, light quality plays a huge part in his work, just one of the reasons why he made the bold decision to move to Italy in 2007. In December 2013 he moved back to the area of Saddleworth where he has had a studio for over 12 years. However, he makes several trips a year back to Barga, a hilltop medieval town in Northern Tuscany and the Italian/French Riviera. “Strong use of colour always plays a major role in my work, it is what links my wide subject matter. From cityscapes to the landscapes of northern England, Italy and France, whether plein air painting or studio-based work. Even adding colour where there is none, I want to create my own colourful world in my paintings, they cheer people up on a dull day, even my colour-blindness adds another dimension!” says Richard. He has received media attention in national magazines, won several awards, including finalist in a competition organised by The International Artist magazine, where over 3000 entries were received from all over the world. His paintings are snapped up by enthusiastic collectors throughout Britain, Europe and as far as USA and Australia.


Richard Clare sketching in Menton, South of France


Beetham Tower from Castlefield Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Castlefield Reflections Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


McDonalds from Oxford Road Acrylic on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ525


Back of The Printworks Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Ashness Bridge in the Rain, The Lakes Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Stormy Day, Windermere, The Lakes Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Light on Yonder Fields Acrylic on board 30cm x 25cm ÂŁ575


Barn below Gritstone Edge Acrylic on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Chinese Arch at Night Oil on board 25cm x 25cm ÂŁ525


Downtown Chinatown Oil on board 25cm x 25cm ÂŁ525


The New Coop Headquarters Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


The Cranes have Gone Oil on board 25cm x 25cm ÂŁ525


Crail Reflections, Scotland Acrylic on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Waiting to go Out, Crail, Scotland Acrylicl on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Isolated Barn Acrylic on board 30cm x 25cm ÂŁ575


Sunset over Derbyshire Oil on board 25cm x 25cm ÂŁ525


Cross Street Commuters Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Night Time, Urbis Oil on board 25cm x 25cm ÂŁ525


Red Cast Iron Bridge, Ancoats Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Woman in Red Dress on Cross Street Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Stormy Skies over Cheetham Hill Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Town Hall with Metro Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Hot Chestnut Seller, Westminster Bridge, London Acrylic on canvas 60cm x 80cm ÂŁ1300


Neon Lights of Piccadilly Circus, London Acrylic on canvas 60cm x 80cm ÂŁ1300


Turbulent Sky over Stanage Edge, Deryshire Acrylic on canvas 120cm x 80cm ÂŁ1800


Rain soaked Moorland Acrylic on canvas 75cm x 75cm ÂŁ1200


Fence across the Moors Acrylic on canvas 90cm x 90cm ÂŁ1700


Moorland Peat Acrylic on canvas 90cm x 90cm ÂŁ1700


Undulating Landscape, White Peak, Derbyshire Acrylic on canvas 60cm x 60cm ÂŁ950


Foreboding Sky over Baslow Edge Acrylic on canvas 60cm x 60cm ÂŁ950


The Old and the New, Castlefield Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Pacific Restaurant, Chinatown Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


A Hint of Sunshine, Manchester Oil on board 30cm x 30cm ÂŁ575


Sunset from Top Floor, City Towers Acrylic on canvas 60cm x 60cm ÂŁ950


Approaching Storm Acrylic on canvas 100cm x 75cm ÂŁ1600


Lost and Found Tracks Acrylic on canvas 75cm x 75cm ÂŁ1200


Dark and Rain Soaked Moorland Acrylic on canvas 60cm x 60cm ÂŁ950


Setting Sun over Yorkshire Acrylic on canvas 60cm x 60cm ÂŁ950


Town Hall Lights, Manchester Acrylic on canvas 90cm x 70cm ÂŁ1600


The Long Road, Saddleworth Acrylic on board 25cm x 25cm ÂŁ525


Fruit Trees, Provence, France Oil on board 25cm x 25cm ÂŁ525


Tuscan Landscape Oil on board 25cm x 25cm ÂŁ525


Manchester & Beyond For further information and sales please contact Sigourney Lomax on 0161 832 5701 or email slomax@lincolnhousechambers.com

RICHARD

CLARE LANDSCAPE PAINTER

Studio and Gallery Knarr Mill Oldham Road Saddleworth Oldham OL3 5RQ Telephone: 0790 4441 894 Email: richardclareart@gmail.com www.richardclare.com

www.thekalishertrust.org

Lincoln House Chambers Tower 12, The Avenue North Spinningfields 18-22 Bridge Street Manchester M3 3BZ Telephone: 0162 832 5701 Email: info@lincolnhousechambers.com www.lincolnhousechambers.com

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