Lovely piece and watercolours.
I was saddened to read of the death this week of the poet of Pembrokeshire landscape painting, John Knapp-Fisher. He was one of the few artists I have shaken by the hand, the result of having sought him out at his small roadside studio and gallery at Croesgoch on the road to St David’s in 2011.
Then, he was approaching his 80th birthday, and the reason for our quest was that we had known and admired his work for thirty years, having discovered it while we were on holiday in Pembrokeshire. Born in London in 1931, he moved to west Wales in the 1960s. It was there that he began to paint his distinctive landscapes, inspired by scenery near his studio in Croesgoch and the harbour at Porthgain.
John Knapp-Fisher in his studio
This is part of the post I wrote after meeting John Knapp-Fisher in 2011, followed by an additional gallery of his…
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