Curated by Liz Cranwell-Ward of the eponymous and much loved Webb’s Gallery on the corner of Webbs & Burland Road, The Small Picture Show is a brilliant collection of local scenes around Battersea, Clapham & Wandsworth. Liz has carefully curated this special collection with Christmas presents in mind so prices start at just £50. From stunning views of Clapham & Wandsworth Commons, to Northcote & Bellevue Roads street scapes, to iconic views of Battersea Power Station and The River to vibrant scenes featuring our local schools you are bound to recognise a favourite area.
Commissioned by Liz, Tooting artist Dan McFall’s Lowryesque inspired local schools scenes are proving popular and with a price point of £50 and up, these make great, original presents that will last a lifetime.
For a graphic, contemporary vibe Liz has commissioned an exclusive map of Battersea by Zoe which feature landmarks and local history giving a striking and unique take on the area. These treasures come framed in Black Ash and are £295.
The playing fields at Eaton House, The Bandstand on Clapham Common, the Power Station from Cheyne Walk are just some of the perfect little gems that local artist Peter Fussellberger has painted enpleinair for the Small Pictures Show.
On a larger scale, National Trust artist in residence for the Royal Parks, MauriszKaldowski has a lustworthy streetscapes of Bellevue Road at dusk or how about Clapham Junction with a atmospheric portrayal of the striking Arding& Hobbs building (currently Debenhams). These large pictures are acrylic on canvas making them perfect additions for the kitchen side return extensions that are so popular in South West London.
So if you are bored of buying the same old pressies for your nearest and very dearest be it candles& cashmere or golf &cycling kit or another artful nick nack which will just collect dust why not consider a unique piece of art personal to you, your family and your life here in South West London.