Terry Grundy born in Bolton in 1956, Terry discovered his passion for art at an early age, although remained an amateur artist whilst pursuing a career in engineering. In the 1980s Terry's passion for art was re-ignited by the beauty of the English countryside, sweeping valley landscapes and rivers. One of the pleasures of owning a Terry Grundy painting is that it becomes an integral part of your home. His meticulous attention to detail and natural colours, as well as the extraordinary depth of view in his paintings, gives a feeling of standing at a window looking out at the countryside...
Terry has found great success as one of Britain's top landscape artists. He has a well-established national following with prestigious galleries and individuals seekinmg his work. The Earl of Carnarvon recently commissioned Terry to paint a view of Highclere Castle and grounds. Highclere Castle was the primary filming location for the Tv series 'Downton Abbey'.
29 x 29 cm image size
51 x 51 cm wall size (with frame)
Rolling landscape on a full summer day with poppies and a pathway.
Oil on board original painting
Supplied with grey grooved wood frame with silver highlights and white slip