The Hawthorn Gallery
Malcolm Teasdale
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Malcolm Teasdale
We are delighted to bring to market originals from gallery favourite Malcolm Teasdale. Many of these pieces use a minimum colour palette evoking strong memories or our social and industrial past. These times were often grim, but Malcolm manages to bring a wonderful charm to the era, and the characters he portrays in his fabulous work. Malcolm's roots are firmly planted in the North East of England, an area whose character and landscape has been defined by its industrial history. His forefathers were lead miners working the seams on bleak Alston Moor, and successive generations coal mined in Tynedale and close to Newcastle. Much of Malcolm's work has arisen from the industrial history of his local area. His love of these locations and his genuine admiration for the scenes and characters he recreates comes across in the strong sense of community and camaraderie that defines all of his highly evocative work. It is the honesty of his approach that sets his work apart from his contemporaries however; he has an extraordinary ability to convey the reality of everyday life and the atmosphere of each scene, rather than simply to recreate the literal image. "For me my personal identity has always been linked with a sense of social togetherness which was so much a part of my own childhood, and it is this sense of loyalty and shared experience that I aim to capture in my paintings."
Winter has Arrived
Sold
£1,075.50
Going t' Mill
Available
£1,755
Fish & Chip Supper
Available
£895.50
Coal Man
Available
£445.50
Football Chronicle
Available
£445.50
Match Day
Available
£445.50
Pub Talk
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£495
Free Ride
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£495
Heading to the Gantry
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£495
Chancing the Weather
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£1,450
Evening Shadows
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£950
Snowman
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£950
Big Jack's Stag Neet
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£2,250
Walking the Dogs
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£495
Double Top
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£495
Last Man Standing
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£495
Lanky Lawson
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£495
A Family Day Out
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£1,450
Testing the Water
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£495
Horizontal Champ
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£495
Merry-go-Rounds
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£1,650
Play that Tune
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£495
Chips by Lamplight
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£495
Queuing Up
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£1,095
First Match
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£495
Welcome Lights
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£950
The Hawthorn Gallery
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£995
Last Orders Please
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£950
The Chip Shop
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£1,095
Family Dip
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£495
Follow the Moon
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£495
First Shift
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£1,450
Chips after the Match
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£495
The Long Road Home
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£495
Coal Wagons
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£995
Stocking up
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£495
Pitmans Bus
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£495
Footsteps
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£950
One for the Road
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£495
Shorty Jenkinson
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£495
The Last Bus Home
Sold Out
£275
Chips under the Lamp
Sold Out
£195