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Matthew Grayson, Bristol born in 1965, is an established West Country artist.
Matthew from an early age, enjoyed drawing and painting, with a keen eye for detail and accuracy and first began drawing recognisable likenesses at the tender age of eight, painting Fine Art Watercolours at the age of eighteen, and progressing to Technical Lithographs in 1984.
Since leaving Bath Technical College in 1985 where he studied technical illustration and fine art, his reputation as a very talented artist has soared.
His first publication of Castle Combe Village sold all 250 limited edition signed prints in 4 months.
His recognised masterpiece titled "Magnum Opus" which depicts the west front of Wells Cathedral in full medieval colour as it might have looked circa 1435, currently hangs in Wells Guildhall.
The ss Great Britain is Matthew's latest publication and is strictly limited to 200 lithographic signed prints worldwide.
You can view Matthews latest work, the ss Great Britain at the Alexander Gallery 122 Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol. BS8.
Private and Commercial Commissions are always considered and Matthew still resides and paints in the West of England.
Matthew's current work-in-progress, The Bishop's Palace at Wells, will be available autumn 2009 and will be limited to 250 signed prints with an addition of 25 signed artist's proofs. Preorder reservations of this work are being taken now.
All the signed works include a special Notification of Authenticity, which in addition to certifying the work, will give detailed information on both the subject and printing technique.
Matthew's Printing Plates and Original Works are highly sought after and are all currently in private collections.
Matthew is a member of the Fine Art Trade Guild, ensuring the highest standards of both printing and presentation are a priority.
Matthew is signed with "The Bridgeman Art Library" in London, who specialise in the finest quality and historically important works of art by artists both past and present.
Some of Matthew's work is also available as beautifully crafted Jigsaws from "Wentworth Jigsaws".