Peter Wagon Fine Arts: 28 College Close, Flamstead, St. Albans, Herts AL3 8DJ, Tel: 07970 638908
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As mentioned on the site towards the end of his life Peter Wagon suffered from Alzheimers and to support the work they are doing,
£5 from the sale of every print will be sent to the Alzheimers Research UK.
Over a period of 50 years Peter Wagon produced a collection of Limited Edition watercolour prints, principally
of buildings and views in Hemel Hempstead and Dacorum as well as the villages surrounding Milton
Keynes and the many churches within Dacorum. These prints used to be available through Wagons Art
Supplies in The Marlowes Shopping Centre, Hemel Hempstead but
since the closure of Wagons Art Supplies in Spring 2002 these much sought after prints
are now only available by mail order through this web site.
Some are also available as blank cards for your own personal message.
Images of the limited edition prints can be viewed using the following drop down list - either by group or individually.
All water colour prints and black, white and tone prints are Limited Edition, numbered and signed by the artist.
Unfortunately Peter passed away peacefully on Sunday 26th August 2012 at High View Lodge after suffering from Alzheimers for over 10 years.
Peter's last exhibition to celebrate 50 years as a professional
water colour artist was held in the Old Town Hall in the
High St., Hemel Hempstead. It included commissions and past works for various clients.
The original paintings on display, whilst principally water colour, were also produced in other media and
showed Peter's versatility as an artist.
We also held a specialist exhibition in the Marlowes shopping centre in the summer of 2012 to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee
and to display a poster produced by Peter for the Queen's Coronation. This exhibition was very successful and brought Peter's art back into the public eye of Hemel Hempstead's residents.
Milton Keynes 50th Birthday
Although Wagons Art Supplies closed the Milton
Keynes branch in the late 1980s, Peter, Doris and Sally are proud to have been part of this important piece of modern English history and
are pleased to hear of the 50th Birthday celebrations. To mark the opening of the MK shop in 1979 Peter produced a number of watercolour paintings
of Milton Keynes, the city centre and some of the surrounding villages in his unique style. These were subsequently turned into limited edition prints which proved
to be very popular with the residents of Milton Keynes and provide a unique insight to Milton Keynes at a
very important point in time in its short history. These Limited Edition prints are still available through this website.