TRANSPORT ART by PAUL ATCHINSON - PREVIOUS COMMISSIONS

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SOME OF THE PREVIOUS COMMISSIONS I HAVE UNDERTAKEN

Jersey Eastern Railway
'Jersey Eastern Railway'
Dear Paul, The Jersey Eastern Railway closed in 1929 and with no coloured photos in my husbands books to help you, I certainly set you a difficult task. We are delighted with the result. Many thanks, Arlene and Clarry.

Roselyn Coaches - Bedford VAL Brighton, Hove & District Bristol FLF 1951 Triumph Speed-Twin

'We're Waiting for You'
Commissioned by Roselyn Coaches
Bedford VAL Coach

'Restored & Refreshed'
(Private Commission)
A Brighton, Hove & District Bristol FLF

'Gemini Ascending'
(Private Commission)
A 1951 Triumph Speed-Twin

'GOOD FOR THE GARDEN' - MAIDSTONE & DISTRICT AEC RELIANCE 'BERMUDA BY BUS' - A montage history of the buses of Bermuda ROSELYN THROUGH THE YEARS

'Good for the Garden'
Dear Paul, Just a quick note of thanks for the superb painting of our Maidstone & District AEC Reliance which now hangs proudly in our dining room. The picture is everything that we wanted and more, your idea of a recently rained on Maidstone was gifted and firmly puts the artists spin on the owners requests. Thank you once more and the warmest regards to you both. Yours sincerly Tony & Penny

'Bermuda by Bus'
Mike and I have know Paul and Sheila for many years, Mike and Paul are ex work colleagues, so it was not surprising that Paul was the first choice to produce our montage of Bermuda Buses. We have family and friends on the island and Mike has collected facts, figures, tickets, tokens and photos relating to the buses and has co written a book on the subject. Paul created a magnificent original painting which now hangs proudly in our sitting room, with prints in the Bermuda Board of Transportation Committee Room and the Warwick Academy on the Island. Mike & Stella Herbert

'Roselyn Through the Years'
This fantastic painting was commisioned in 2009, and completed in time for our 2010 Open Day. Our thanks goes to Paul for a fabulous painting. It still makes me smile as I pass it and I think it will for many years to come. Jonathan Ede (Managing Director Roselyn Coaches)

'BRITISH  INSTITUTIONS' - A BSA Lightning and  Norton Commando outside the Devonshire Arms inBeeley, Derbyshire 'BLUE, BLOOD AND CUSTARD' - A3 60048 'Doncaster' with the 'up' 'Master Cutler' at Nottingham Victoria in the early 1950's 'CLYDESDALE WORKHORSE' - An ALbion Clydesdale tipper from the fleet of Hoveringham Gravels

'British Institutions'
(Private Commission)
BSA Lightning & Norton Commando

'Blue, Blood and Custard'
(Private Commission)
The 'Master Cutler' at Nottingham Victoria

'Clydesdale Workhorse'
(Private Commission)
An Albion tipper of Hoveringham

'A QUARTER OF A CENTURY OF RED, WHITE & BLUE' - WINSON'S COACHES OF LOUGHBOROUGH 'CHECK YOUR OIL SIR?' - MG MAGNETTE 'RUN OF THE MILL' - Todmorden Joint Omnibus doubles deckers wait in Burnley Road Todmorden as a 'Black 5' rumbles over the viaduct
'A Quarter of a Century of Red, White & Blue'
I would like to say a big thank you for the work you put into the painting to commemorate 25 years of our business, It was a very special gift for my father as the picture had many subtle memories within the painting. As for me it is the only way that I would ever have got a picture of a Coach hanging on my lounge wall!! Once again a big thank you for your time and efforts towards the artwork and I look forward to commissioning our 50 year anniversary painting! Paul B. Winson Engineering Director PAUL S. WINSON COACHES LTD.

'Check Your Oil Sir?'
The painting was commissioned as a present for my husbands 50th birthday. Paul produced a brilliant image of my husband's beloved MG Magnette that captured the essence of motoring in the fifties. Thank you for helping to make his day special! Michael and Maria Beck

'Run of the Mill'
I have commissioned Paul to do four paintings for me.I have given him a brief which he has developed and the end product has been excellent.Paul is a very talented artist and a pleasure to work with." David Powell (Former Chairman, East Lancashire Coach Builders)

'A CLASSIC AMALGAMATION' - A 'Triton' motorcycle - Norton Manx frame with Triumph Trident engine 'WHEN MOTORING WAS FUN' - A 1935 Morris 8 saloon 'SIDE BY SIDE' -  Hatfield station in the early 1960's with London Transport Country Area RT and RTL
'A Classic Amalgamation'
(Private Commission)
A 'Triton' motorcycle. Gifted to the owner by his wife.

'When Motoring Was Fun'
(Private Commission)
A cherised Morris 8

'Side by Side'
(Private Commission)
Childhood memories of journeys to school

PRINTS OF THESE PAINTINGS ARE AVAILABLE

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