David Ladmore Art Collections
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Artwork by David Ladmore
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Crow 6 by David Ladmore
Crow 12 by David Ladmore
Crow 13 by David Ladmore
Sweetpeas 3 by David Ladmore
Lunar 14 by David Ladmore
Crow 16 by David Ladmore
Crow 8 by David Ladmore
Crow 25 by David Ladmore
Crow 24 by David Ladmore
Crow 6 cropped version by David Ladmore
Waterfall 2 by David Ladmore
Autumn 2 by David Ladmore
Moorland 71 by David Ladmore
Beacon Hill September by David Ladmore
Red Shoe by David Ladmore
Madame Escudier - etching - cropped version by David Ladmore
Lord Ribblesday - etching by David Ladmore
Madame X - etching by David Ladmore
Lunar 11 by David Ladmore
Lunar 46 by David Ladmore
Forest Light 27 by David Ladmore
Figure Study by David Ladmore
Elemental 35 by David Ladmore
Forest Light 60 by David Ladmore
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About David Ladmore
David Ladmore is best known for his emotionally charged landscapes that are at once mysterious and familiar. As a child, visiting the European art galleries with his parents, he was deeply affected by the paintings of Turner. Equally important was an early love of science; a fascination with the way the universe was put together. These twin forces set him on a lifelong path of developing his own language to express the beauty and mystery of the world around him.
Born and raised in England, David is an award winning artist who works in the classical tradition. His paintings hang in corporate and private collections in Canada, the United States and Internationally. He was elected to the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour in 1997. In 1998 he received the Honour Award and A.J. Casson Medal. David works in oil, watercolour and etching. In 2013 nearly 100 of his paintings were purchased by a collector in the Victoria area forming The Swanwick Collection.
"My work is a response to the beauty and simplicity of the things I find around me. In figure and landscape, careful study reveals the undercurrents and rhythms of existence."