GALLERY
  OPENING TIMES:

Thursday to Sunday  11am to 4pm

Sizes are in centimetres and are the image size of the painting.  Framed paintings are mounted in neutral colours and mostly framed in a soft gold or silver.  All work in the gallery can be reframed and reglazed, from a selection of glass, to suit our customers' requirements.

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Peak District Landscapes

Limited Edition Prints
Kristan Baggaley


Still Life and Abstract Paintings

River's Edge Gallery

Original Abstract, Still Life and Landscape Art of the Dark Peak and Peak District

Bamford Garden Center in the Hope Valley


Please telephone or email the gallery to discuss any purchase and delivery


0044(0)1433 630458


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View a selection of original landscape paintings and photography of  the Derbyshire Peak District  currently for sale by following the links below to an artist of your choice.
Tim Hulley Landscapes

Tim Hulley

Kristan Baggaley Landscapes

Kristan Baggaley

Landscapes in Oil

Colin Halliday

Landscapes in acrylic by Richard Clare

Richard Clare

Philip Dyke Landscapes in Oil

Philip Dyke

Landscapes in Acrylic by Pauline Rignall

Pauline Rignall

Landscape paintings on canvas in acrylic

Gareth Buxton

Alison Tyldesley Acrylic Paintings

Alison Tyldesley

Landscape paintings in oil

Liz Churton

David Beatson

David Beatson

Janet Bassindale Paintings in Acrylic

Janet Bassindale

Jean Luce

Landscape paintings on canvas in acrylic

Hazel Lale

Ken Burton

Ken Burton

Mike Green

Mike Green

Landscapes by Mo Laycock

Mo Laycock

Bowls, lidded pots and wood forms

Wood Art

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Richard Barrett

Peak District Landscapes

Limited Edition Prints
Kristan Baggaley

Traditional watercolours by Sam Burden

Sam Burden

David Stowe Paintings in Acrylic

David  Stowe

PHOTOGRAPHY

 Peak District Landscapes

Paul Griffiths

Photography by Robin Ashmore

Robin Ashmore

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Fran Halsall

The gallery specialises in original paintings of the Peak District’s varied landscapes of dramatic edges and moorlands of the White Peak and the Dark Peak, and well-known villages, such as Bakewell, home of the Bakewell Pudding, and Eyam, the famous plague village, by regional and national artists. The landscape pictures represent a broad range of media – watercolour paintings, acrylics and oil paintings, with pastel and pencil drawings, monoprints and landscape photography, including a selection of limited editions and prints.

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