(freehand and painted in water based in oils)
Commissioned by the Mitchell Gallery in Warwick during 2010.
The history of Warwick Crown Court in Northgate Street dates back to the 18th Century and inspired the creation of this painting.
It was formerly a County Gaol dating back to the 13th century.
The Judiciary transferred to a new recently constructed Crown Court Building located in Royal Leamington Spa during 2011.
It was opened by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh on 4 March 2011.
I watched them arrive along with onlookers. Follow Link below
See PRESS in Leamington Spa/Warwick Courier newspaper, Friday, November 25 2011. ‘Town’s past shown in oil’
See PRESS in Leamington Spa/Warwick Courier newspaper, Friday, November 15 2013. ‘Local artist’s work at Warwick Castle’
See PRESS in the Warwickshire Life magazine, October 2011. ‘Stunning additions to the Warwick Collection at Mitchell Gallery’
See PRESS in the Leamington Spa/Warwick Courier newspaper, December 17 2010. ‘Artists paint fond farewell to law courts’
Was on show at Warwick Castle as part of the Canaletto Preview Evening on 4 November 2013 to 29 November 2013, See PHOTOGRAPH
Pencil Sketch approved by Mitchell Gallery in 2010
with envelope and cellophane wrapped for sale at £4 each (including postage)
(size 8.5in x 6in)
The Warwick Collection
Kevin Alun Parrish © 2010