The Court House, Warwick
Final sketch 23 February 2014
This painting was commissioned by the Deputy Mayor of Warwick Councillor Moira-Ann Grainger on 8 May 2013.
The style of this painting is similar to The Warwick Collection Project which I began creating as an Artist at
The Mitchell Gallery in Warwick from 2009.
I wanted to capture a Victorian/Dickensian ‘look’ to this image.
The Deputy Mayor, who became Mayor Of Warwick in 2014, owns pieces of my Warwick Collection and naturally I feel proud to be the Artist who created them.
This project is to celebrate the 1100 th anniversary of the town’s history and the completed restoration of
the Court House building in 2014.
The Mayor has set up a Charity Appeal to promote the Original Painting
COPIES OF THIS PAINTING ARE AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE WITH ALL PROFITS GOING TO
The Mayors 1100 Charity Fund
111 Limited Edition Canvas Prints (size 29in x19in framed) are available to buy and priced at £300.
They can be ordered by sending payment to the following address:
The Mayor’s Parlour
Cheques should be made payable to ‘The Mayors Charity’
Please include a name and address and a contact telephone number then collection can be arranged.
We can send the canvas print by Courier for £7.00 and the mounted print by post for £3.50.
All the profits will go to The Mayors 1100 Charity Appeal.
A Limited Edition Canvas Print will be on display in the Tourist information office at the Court House, Jury Street, Warwick UK.
Please click links below to view The Court House Project in the Media
Celebrated artwork in Thomas Oken Tea Rooms, Warwick Courier newspaper, 22 January 2016
Town Feast to mark historic Warwick benefactor Thomas Oken
29 January 2016
Four Shires magazine December 2014
Framed Print of the Court House image on show at Thomas Oken Tea Rooms, Warwick (UK)
© Kevin Alun Parrish 2014