Anthony Garratt

  • semi abstract

    Paradise Study

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  • oil & acrylic

    Riverbank

  • mixed media

    Day Rambler

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  • mixed media

    Stoop

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  • minimalist

    Mahogany Moor III

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  • oil & acrylic

    Mahogany Moor I

  • oil & acrylic

    Nightswim

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  • seascape

    Sennen Beach

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  • oil & acrylic

    Some Kind of Paradise

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  • Oil painting

    Fog, West Wittering

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  • contemporary

    Floodplain

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  • minimalism

    Lido

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  • Abstract, Anthony Garratt, Thackeray Gallery

    Shore Study II

  • seascape

    Mothercombe

  • Abstract, Anthony Garratt, Thackeray Gallery

    Mineshaft

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  • Abstract, Anthony Garratt, Thackeray Gallery

    Mahogany Sea I

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  • Abstract, Anthony Garratt, Thackeray Gallery

    Mahogany Sea II

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  • seascape

    Sennen

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  • seascape

    Shore Study I

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  • rain storm

    Twelve Gulls Playing

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  • Abstract, Anthony Garratt, Thackeray Gallery

    Mahogany Moor II

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  • Night Rambler

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  • Field & Furrow

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  • Botallack Study

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  • Mahogany Moor IV

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  • Oak and Mist

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ANTHONY GARRATT - FOUR, Anglesey, 2015 

ANTHONY GARRATT - High & Low, Snowdonia - 2016

 

 

ANTHONY GARRATT - FOUR, Tresco, 2014 

Anthony Garratt was born in Sevenoaks, Kent. He studied at Chelsea College of Art and then Falmouth College of Arts for a design degree. Having worked as a designer for a few years in London, he was able to take up painting full time following two successful Solo Shows.

Anthony is predominantly a painter of the British landscape, his work concerned with the weather, an experience and impact of a landscape. His research time is spent in heavy weather, in remote locations and places that have an emotional impact. Inspiration comes from the British landscape and ever-changing climate.

Anthony is an artist member of the Royal West of England Academy where he has regularly exhibited. He has also shown work at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and the Royal College of Arts Henry Moore Gallery having featured on a BBC2 art series.

In 2012, Anthony was invited by BBC1 to paint the Diamond Jubilee Pageant from the Millennium Bridge.  He painted some sketches on the Day, and worked on a series of paintings to follow. In addition, he was selected to have a Billboard at Regent’s Park tube station, during October 2012. 

In September 2014, Anthony Garratt was commissioned to create four vast, impressive outdoor paintings installed on the island of Tresco, Scilly Isles. These remained on site for three months.

Following the success of this commission, a further project was funded called HIGH AND LOW – a spectacular outdoor painting installation in Snowdonia, Wales. Two giant paintings, one floating high on the flanks of Snowdon on Llyn Llydaw, and one deep beneath the mountains in a cavern at Llechwedd slate mine. This commission was featured on BBC1 Countryfile on 9th May 2016.

Since September 2015, Anthony has been a tutor at the Newlyn School of Art, Cornwall, which he continues to do today.