CYRIL CROUCHERAll works are acrylic on board
We only sell originals

Cyril Croucher

Madonnella

16 x 13 cms, £ 1,000  SOLD

Cyril Croucher

Dog Day Afternoon

16 x 13 cms, £ 1,000 

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First Light

16 x 13 cms, £ 1,000  SOLD

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Godrevy Lighthouse

 26 x 14 inches, £ 3,600

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A Breath of Fresh Air

26 x 13 cms, £ 1,400 

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Riverside, Dartmouth

24 x 10 inches, 3,000

Cyril Croucher

A Private Function

30 x 15 cms, £ 1,500 

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Message in a Bottle

30 x 15 cms, £ 1,500

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A Balancing Act

30 x 15 cms, £ 1,500

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Albert Pier Penzance II

 22 x 11 cms  £ 1,200

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Quay House, Fowey

 30 x 15 cms, £ 1,500

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Clifftop Cottage, Port Isaac

 16 x 8 inches, £ 2,000

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Rock, Cornwall

 22 x 10 inches £ 3,300

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Old Lighthouse, Dungeness

 18 x 8½ inches£ 2,000

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Fuente Vieja, Frigiliana

 18 x 8½ inches £ 2,000

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Dynamite Quay, Hayle

 30 x 15 cms, £ 1,500

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Blackmore Point, Somerset

 16 x 8 inches, £ 2,000

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Hunstanton, Norfolk

 10 x 5 inches, £ 1,400

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Tater Du, Cornwall

 10 x 5 inches, £ 1,400

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After the winter Storms, Penzance

 9½ x 5 inches, £ 1,000

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Portishead Point, Somerset

 10 x 5 inches, £ 1,400

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Lantern Hill, Ilfracombe

 30 x 15 cms, £ 1,500
Come and see a great display
 of Cyril's work at the Affordable Art Fair

Battersea
8-11 March 2018

Cyril Croucher

Who Pays the Ferryman

 30 x 15 cms, £ 1,500

Cyril Croucher

The Dressing Room

26 x 13 cms, £ 1,400 SOLD

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The Blue Room

26 x 13 cms, £ 1,400 SOLD

Cyril Croucher

Rock-a-Bye

26 x 13 cms, £ 1,400  SOLD



Cyril studied at Southend College of Art over thirty years ago but other commitments meant a career as an apprentice boat builder and latterly a building surveyor.  Moving to Cornwall in 1994 he started to paint again and exhibitions of his work began in 2000. 

 

His current work grew out of a fascination with the height of harbour walls viewed from a ‘low tide’ perspective, and with the buildings which are built on the piers and quays which led to his distinctive style.  While most of Cyril's paintings feature coastal scenes particularly from the south-west he also regularly paints Venetian scenes and also circus and fairs. The Venetian scenes are in black frames with a small gold slip,  the others are white.

 

His entry in the Royal West of England Academy Autumn 2007 exhibition won the “Viewers’ Choice” Award, he has also been accepted in the  Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions on  numerous occasions.

Congratulations to Cyril! - His large painting "PZ101 at Mousehole" has just been selected for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2015.