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Nick Stobart - "Who Needs A Mansion"

"Who Needs A Mansion"

Who Needs A Mansion
Watercolour, US$74
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Who Needs A Mansion

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Details

Watercolour

W: 540mm x H: 370mm
W: 21" x H: 15"

This work is unframed

Price

US$74 SOLD

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WHO NEEDS A MANSION

About "Who Needs A Mansion"

The wonder and simplicity of african life constantly inspires me. This scene was from a photo I took on the lip of Oribi Gorge on the South Coast.

Nick Stobart

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About Nick

Nick Stobart

Nick is an Artist with SouthAfricanArtists.com based in South Africa.

Nick Stobart was born in Zimbabwe and finished all of his schooling there. He trained as a teacher, and then taught for many years before becoming a headmaster. He left teaching to go farming, and remained farming until his farm was taken by the Zimbabwean Government in 2002.

Nick and his wife Laura then moved to the South Coast of South Africa where they both taught at Creston College.

Nick has always painted, but turned professional after a series of painting lessons and strong encouragement from the world’s third most highly rated wildlife artist Craig Bone.

Nick’s main love is watercolors, but he does do paintings in oils and acrylics. His paintings are widely sold in Australia and New Zealand.

Nick currently teaches watercolours, oils & acrylics from his art shop in Port Shepstone, where he also sells art supplies.

Price Range

US$74-237

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Education

Painting lessons with Craig bone world's third most rated artist

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