The extraordinary maritime paintings of
John Chancellor (1925 – 1984)
“…. the realism of Chancellor’s seas portray a movement and depth unequalled even by modern photography…”
“So authentic in its research, a Chancellor painting is surely an historic document in its own right…”
Chancellor Maritime Prints
Keeping it in the family…….
John Chancellor’s daughter, Tessa, now distributes those remaining unsold limited editions of her late father’s work, previously published and sold through Triton Galleries, Torquay. John, a true family man, would have been delighted to see the sale of his work remaining ‘in the family’.
Available for sale through this website, the twelve spectacular titles featured are now in relatively short supply, with some nearly sold out. The 52-page limited edition ‘John Chancellor: His Life and Work’ brochure, is available in limited numbers at only £8, plus postage and packing.
Following the success of the John Chancellor Retrospective Exhibition, held in 2014 to mark the 30th Anniversary of his death, interest in John’s work has been strengthened and he remains one of the world’s finest maritime artists. The untimely death of this man and his incredible talent at the age of 59 was a loss not only to those who knew him personally, but also to the world of art.
Please note: The reproduction of colour can vary from one computer screen to another. If, before purchase, you would like to receive a small printed version of any of the prints advertised to ascertain true colours, please do not hesitate to contact Tessa Makepeace, on 01264 772415 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information, please contact Tessa on 01264 772415 or email via the contacts page
LAST POSTING DATES FOR CHRISTMAS 2017
- UK – Orders must received by 5pm, Tuesday 19th December
- Europe – Orders must be received by 5pm, Monday 11th December (though some EU countries may be later – please contact Tessa via the contacts page for specific information.)
- Rest of the World – Orders must be received by 5pm, Thursday 30th November (though some countries may be later – please contact Tessa via the contacts page for specific information.)