Neil Pinkett

 

 

North Parade Bridge

oil on panel

32 x 60cm

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The Weir at Pulteney Bridge

oil on panel
68 x 87cm

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Low Sun and Dark Cliffs

oil on canvas

72 x 92cm

 

 

Incoming Tide

oil on panel

42 x 60cm

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Bright Sun Through Heavy Cloud

oil on panel

48 x 86cm

 

 

Beach Breakers

oil on canvas

50 x 76cm

 

 

The Avon and Pulteney Bridge

oil on panel

30 x 53cm

 

 

Quick River

oil on panel

37 x 50cm

 

 

Pulteney Bridge

oil on panel

30 x 53cm

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Towards Pulteney Bridge

oil on panel

26 x 43cm

 

 

Milsom Street

oil on panel

37 x 39cm

 

 

Halfpenny Bridge, River Avon, Bath

oil on panel

30 x 42cm

 

 

Fishing Huts

oil on panel

30 x 41cm

 

 

Atlantic Waves and Rocks

oil on panel

30 x 42cm

 

 

High Cliffs, North Coast

oil on canvas

60 x 77cm

 

 

Morning Sun

oil on canvas

72 x 92cm

 

 

Bright Light, Crashing Waves

oil on canvas

50 x 77cm

 

 

Bright Sun Over the Bay

oil on canvas

62 x 92cm

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Dark Cloud & Bright Sun

oil on panel

23 x 38cm

 

 

Past Sydney Gardens, Bath, on the Kennet and Avon Canal

oil on panel

30 x 43cm

 

 

Approaching North Parade Bridge
oil on panel

32 x 50cm

 

 

View from the Wheelhouse

oil on panel
34 x 59cm

 

 

Approaching Pulteney Bridge

oil on panel

40 x 60cm

 

 

Kennet and Avon Canal, Widcombe, Bath
oil on panel
30 x 56cm

 

 

Crashing Waves

oil on panel

29 x 38cm

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Before the Rain

oil on panel

26 x 60cm

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From the Studio

oil on panel

26 x 50cm

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Atlantic Waves

oil on panel
46 x 61cm

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Bowl and Cup Still Life

oil on panel

28 x 41cm

 

Falmouth Harbour

oil on panel

40 x 60cm

 

South Coast Heavy Seas

oil on panel
28 x 40cm

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Relentless

oil on panel

27 x 56cm

 

 

Sun and Crashing Waves

oil on panel

59 x 74cm

 

 

 

Still Life with six Objects

oil on panel

30 x 58cm

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Neil Pinkett was born in St Just-in-Penwith in 1958 and spent his childhood in West Cornwall. After a successful career as an illustrator spanning twenty years, Neil decided to dedicate himself to painting full-time in the mid-1990s. An acclaimed solo-show followed almost immediately and since that point Neil has built a reputation as one of the foremost landscape painters in the county. Today Neil splits his time between Bath and Cornwall, spending the summer months living in his studio in Marazion, overlooking St Michael's Mount.


Neil is one of several en plein air painters to emerge from St Just in recent years, the most prominent of whom is Kurt Jackson. He does much of his painting on location, occasionally from his canoe using a specially adapted easel and accompanied by his dog Beavis. Neil travels widely - landscapes and landmarks from these journeys feature heavily in his work. Recent projects have included a series of paintings of bridges from around the UK and another on the Scillonian ferry that operates out of Penzance harbour. Neil works predominantly in oil paints, texture and over-painting being used to create impressions of atmosphere and light.


Neil's work has been shown and is collected throughout the UK. He has also undertaken painting tours and one-man shows across America.

 

Solo exhibition opening October 2017 at David Simon Contemporary, Bath.

 

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