ANN WINN

Christos Ikaria

1982, gouache on paper, 50.5 x 57cm unframed / 70.5 x 75cm framed

£1,300

Clouds, Carn Inglis

1996, watercolour and gouache on paper, 50 x 70cm unframed / 70 x 88cm framed

£1,400

Evening West Wales

River below Birithanti

1996, watercolour and gouache on paper, 32 x38cm unframed / 53 x 58cm framed

£950

Foothills at Birithanti

1996, gouache on paper, 32 x38cm unframed / 53 x 58cm framed

£950

Garden Dalyan, Turkey

goauche and oil stick on paper, 32 x 42cm unframed / 52.5 x 61cm framed

£950

Studio Table

oil on canvas, 61 x 61cm unframed / 70 x 70cm framed

2,000

Late Poppy

oil on canvas, 25 x 30.5cm unframed / 31 x 36.5cm framed

£950

Hammamet Garden

acrylic on canvas, 40 x 40cm unframed

£1,100

Keveli, Samos

gouache on paper, 29x40cm unframed

£900

Evening Verandah, Skyros

mixed media on canvas, 95 x 95cm framed / 91.5 x 91.5cm unframed

£2,500

Untitled I

56 x 66cm unframed

£1,400

Ann Winn, who died in 2015 at the age of 84, was an instinctive and masterly colourist with formidable command of her chosen media, whether oil, watercolour, gouache, pastel or ink. Her essential subjects were the landscape and the interior, which she could simplify to the point of abstraction whilst indulging her delight in ornament, pattern and decoration. She worked both on the spot and in the studio capturing images from her extensive travels to Greece, Turkey, Nepal, India, Morocco and closer to home Wales and Suffolk. She has been described as a ‘Neo-romantic impressionist, with a touch of Bloomsbury at its best’ and a ‘latter-day fauve, unselfconscious in her debt to Matisse.

Trained at the Slade School of Fine Art

Solo Exhibitions; Annex Gallery, London, (1977, 1979), Christopher Hull Gallery, London, (1981, 1982, 1986, 1989, 1993, 1995) and Cleveland Bridge Gallery, Bath, (1987, 1992).

Group Exhibitions in London include Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions, New English Art Club, London Group of British and Contemporary Painters, Royal Society of British Artists, Another Pair of Eyes at Michael Parkin Gallery, The Discerning Eye at Mall Galleries. Group exhibitions abroad took her work to Skyros, Athens and Chicago.

Works owned by The Arts Council, British Museum, Northumberland County Council, Oxfordshire County Council, Painting for Hospitals Collection, Pictures for Schools and many private collectors.