If you would like a painting which is not in a gallery, or you would like to discuss a commission, please contact me. You can find a guide to the commission process in the “commissions” page (drop down menu from “Paintings”): 

You can comment below in the “Leave a Reply” box, or:

Phone: +441287643030,  or from UK: 01287 643030


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I can send paintings worldwide. Canvases are usually unframed, and easy to post, but please note that watercolours should be framed under glass. If you want a watercolour by post, I can send it unframed. If sent framed, glass could break in transit and damage the surface of the painting. Payment by bank transfer preferred. Thank you.


Brexit update. Please be aware that there will be VAT and import duties to be paid when you receive a parcel from the UK if you live in the EU. Nobody seems to know for sure, and it seems to vary (according to the custom official on duty that day, maybe, but it will be at least the rate of VAT of your country). I’ve only sent one painting to France since Brexit, and the recipient had to pay 40% (!) of the declared value. 


Accidents happen. I can undertake repairs and alterations on my paintings. If you accidentally pierce the canvas or scratch the paper, the chances are that I can mend it. I even repaired a print, once. The buyer had got it at the birth of her first child, so it had sentimental value.

Things can change. Usually a painting in a gallery is a finished painting, but sometimes I rework them, because one can always improve. Someone once bought one of my paintings from a gallery. After a few weeks, he wished he could see the hills hidden by a group of treesā€¦ He approached me, and offered to pay for a reworking. So I picked up my virtual chainsaw, cut down some trees and pruned the others. It makes for a better, lighter painting. We are both pleased with the result.

Reworking of Staintondale.

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  1. Visited the craft shop in loft us today where I bought a number of your cards, lamp, pottery you name it! What brilliant pictures. Love them. I wish I had the space to buy some large ones but sadly the walls are full. I will however get the little cards framed so I have smaller versions. Really do love your work. Just viewed your website. Colours are amazing. Beautiful. Inspiring.

    • Thank you Jackie, it’s very kind of you to say so. And yes, Wold Pottery in Loftus is full of wonderful art and crafts. Do get in touch if you build an extension on your house and have more wall space!

  2. Dear Clothylde,
    we have just returned from Robin Hoods Bay where I’ve seen your work in Swell. I fell in love with your paintings immediately, they are absolutely amazing to me. Was wondering where I can purchase some cards till I save up for one of your paintings.

    Best regards

    • Thanks Ivana, that’s very kind.
      If you’re still in North Yorkshire, you can find some of my cards at Coast gallery, Cloughton; Wave gallery, RHBay; Trattles&Geall’s, Whitby; Geall’s gallery, Grosmont; Runcible Spoon, Hinderwell; Wold pottery, Loftus. If you’re nearby this weekend, come and see the whole range in Loftus: open studio on 19 & 20 July 2014.

  3. I would like to buy the painting “Purple Moors”. Could you get back in touch with me by email? Alternatively, I left a message on your Guisborough number yesterday with my phone number.

  4. Hi I am from Yorkshire born and raised in Middlesbrough. Have lived in the USA for 35 years and three years in Iran before that. I buy British Art at auction over here in the States from an Auction House in GA. Mainly I buy Art over 100 years old but do buy other Art that I like. Do you post your Art with your sell price listed, for ref. I am very familiar with all subject areas and used to ride my bike when I was a kid from the “Boro” to as far as Scarborough along the coast road, then back home over the Moor Road. I am 77 years old and still miss those rides. Love you use of bright colors. PS. I am a Photographer and my American wife is an Artist. We retired from Chicago to Arizona, and live in the White Mountains 6500ft ASL. Regards Mac Dixon

  5. Thank you Mac.
    Some parts of North Yorkshire haven’t changed much. Or rather they change constantly with the light and the seasons, but I always find beauty within those landscapes.
    Yes, work for sale is usually priced (in Ā£Sterling), click on an image in the “Landscapes” section to see the caption. Prices do not include postage.
    Please get in touch again if you see one you like, to find if it is still for sale.
    Thanks again for your comment.

  6. Hi there,
    As I save up for one of your wonderful larger works I have a question for you. Many years ago when I was seventeen I spent a fortnight or so on an exchange trip in Ontario. On one of the days we visited the McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinburg, where, even as a 17-year old, I instantly fell in love with the works of the Group of Seven. I can see some similarities in your ‘colour boldness’ and style. Are you familiar with their work?


    • I spent a summer in Ontario when I was 15 (a very long time ago), but was unaware of the Group of Seven until I saw your message and looked them up. I really like what I’ve seen! Thank you.

  7. Hi Clothylde,

    I am just enquirying about a painting that I know you have already sold! My parents live in Ghyll View and therefore we all love the painting you did of Ghyll View and the colours of the Oils you used. I presume all your paintings are unique but what is the possibility of doing a similar painting and how much would it cost? Many thanks, Ruth & Daryl

  8. Hello Clothylde
    I bought one of your mugs of Robin Hoods Bay during the Open Studios of 2013. I have loved using it but unfortunately I have recently broken it and I wondered whether these mugs are still available and if so where I can buy one. I live in York.
    Thanks for your time.

  9. Hi Clothylde,
    I’ve just discovered your artwork and love it!
    Could you please let me know about your 2018 calendar
    Thank you
    Kind regards

  10. Hi Clothylde.
    A friend gave me a card for Xmas which was Heather Moors – I loved it so much I have gone onto your website. The original paintings are a bit too expensive for me at the moment but I wondered if you had prints of Heather Moor and some of your calendar .
    Kind regards

    • Hi Linda, sorry, but I’ve run out of calendars… I only do a limited edition of 100 or 150 every year, and I usually run out by early December.
      Re prints, I’ve emailed you.
      Thank you for liking my work. Happy New Year!

  11. Purchased a couple of your A4 prints at the Danby Centre today, but fell in love with the necklaces you had on display! Would love to know if you have one with the Rosedale print?

    • Hi Susanne, I don’t have the exact same view of Rosedale, as all miniatures are individually painted, but I do have some of Rosedale. I’ll email you. Thank you for liking my work.

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