John Chancellor painted professionally for only 14 years and produced a relatively small number of paintings – approximately 70 oils and 60 watercolours.  Around 25 of his paintings were reproduced as limited edition prints.  Most of these are now sold out but around 12 are still available through this website (see Homepage).

This gallery shows a selection of John’s other paintings, many of which have never been seen widely before. 

Please be aware that owing to differences in display on individual PCs or other digital screens, colours may vary and are not always a true reproduction of the original paintings. 

‘And so to Allington Lock’, watercolour
‘Convoy Escort’, oil
‘Escape from Port William’, oil
‘Friday the 13th’, oil,
‘Hartland Overfalls’, oil,
‘HMS Beagle in the Galapagos’, oil
‘Hove To’, oil
‘Last Sail of the Day’, watercolour
‘Sorely Tried’, oil
Time to Shift Ground’, oil
‘Viper gets a Washing’ watercolour
‘Coaling Day’, oil
‘Cochranes Compensation’, oil
‘Embayed’, oil
‘Final Bid’, oil
‘Ground Swell’, oil,
‘Heading for London’, watercolour
‘HMS Victory in Pursuit of Nelson’, oil
‘Last of the Flood’, watercolour
‘Proud Little Coaster’, oil
‘The Famous Susan Vittery’, watercolour
‘Towing out of Boscastle’, watercolour