ANNE SONGHURST




Japanese Vase with Apricots
Oil on Linen Panel,  12 x 12 inches

£ 1,550


Snowdrops & Hellebores
Oil on Linen Panel,  8 x 7.5 inches

£ 900


Japanese Bowl with Raspberries

Oil on Linen Panel,  8 x 8 inches

£ 925


Wine, Cheese & Grapes
Oil on Linen Panel, 7.5 x 8 inches

£ 900


Apples on a Pewter Plate

Oil on Linen Panel, 12 x 16 inches

£ SOLD


Pewter Measure with Lemons
Oil on Linen Panel,  10 x 12 inches

£ 1,400


Snowdrops with Green Glass
Oil on Linen Panel, 12 x 16 inches

£ 1,800


Terracotta Vessels with Feather

Oil on Linen Panel, 12 x 12 inches

£ 1,550


Copper Tankard with Peaches
Oil on Linen Panel, 10 x 12 inches

£ 1,400



Brockalee Farm Eggs

Oil on Linen Panel, 12 x 16 inches

£ 1,800



Three Mandarins

Oil on Linen Panel,  8 x 10 inches

£ 1,100


Strawberries in a Silver Bowl

Oil on Linen Panel, 8 x 10 inches

£ SOLD





Chinese Bowl with Plums
Oil on Linen Panel,  8 x 8 inches

£ 900


Pewter Tankard with Pears
Oil on Linen Panel,  10 x 12 inches

£ 1,400


Silver Jug with Nectarines
Oil on Linen Panel,  8 x 10 inches

£ SOLD



Ming Bowl with Eggs

Oil on Linen Panel, 10 x 10 inches
£ 1,300

Previously Sold Examples


Chinese Tea Caddy with Lemons
Oil on Linen Panel,  10 x 12 inches

£SOLD


Silverware with Apricots
Oil on Linen Panel,  10 x 12 inches

£ SOLD


Clementines & Salt Glaze Bowl
Oil on Linen Panel,  8 x 8 inches

£ SOLD


 Anne has been painting full time since 1998. For many years she painted watercolours of birds, many of which were supplied to galleries around the UK and the United States. Other wildlife and botanical subjects have also featured strongly in her work, and have been exhibited in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and in London.

Over the last few years she has concentrated on still life in oils, inspired by the Dutch and Flemish Masters. She does not seek to achieve photo-realism, but rather to convey an atmosphere of stillness and a timeless quality that comes with many days or weeks of close observation. Detail is built up in several layers of paint to bring out the various textures and the effects of light on everyday objects. She loves rich colours and contrasting textures, and hopes to inspire the viewer with the same enthusiasm. Anne has been a regular exhibitor with Wren Gallery since 2007.