House of Lords Update 14.12.2011

Posted by on Dec 14, 2011 in News, Public Collections | 7 Comments

I am really pleased to announce that I have had two of my paintings selected for purchase by the House of Lords Art Committee.

These will be included in the House of Lords collection for display at Millbank House in London.

The paintings they selected are:


‘Farm near Cuddington’- (Watercolour and Water-soluble Pencil)


and ‘Borage from Bledlow Ridge’ – (Acrylic on board).

Both of these works represent typical countryside in Buckinghamshire.

The following Press cutting is from the Bucks Herald:

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7 Comments

  1. Moyra Le Blanc smith
    December 15, 2011

    Hi Alan

    Congratulations! What a fantastic achievement to have works of art selected for the House of Lords. The paintings are wonderful and just look like typical English countryside.
    Well done.

    Regards

    Moyra

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  2. Marian Hyland
    December 15, 2011

    Brilliant Alan, well done – another feather in your cap

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  3. bryankidd
    December 15, 2011

    Congratulations! Nice one. Well deserved, the paintings are a great depiction of a beautiful part of the country.

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  4. Michèle Lubbersen
    December 16, 2011

    Wow Alan, the paintings are stunning – wonderful that they have found such a good home!

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  5. Margaret Maddern
    December 22, 2011

    Alan, we are very proud of you and hope that this is just the start of something really big. We look forward to viewing the paintings next time we are in London. Give yourself a break over Christmas, won’t you?

    With love to you all,
    M XX

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  6. Elaine Kidd
    January 10, 2012

    Good to see more publicity about your achievement on Thamenewsnet.

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  7. Alan Kidd, NDD « Ballon Rouge Art
    March 6, 2012

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