We are very pleased to announce that as of August 2019 Barrington Loines is now an official artist to The National Trust.
The National Trust was founded on 12th January 1895 by Octavia Hill, Sir Robert Hunter and Canon Hardwick Rawnsley. Over the last 125 years they have become one of the UK's largest charities, caring for historic properties and areas of beautiful countryside.
Barrington’s task is to choose National Trust Properties around the country to paint, creating original works for a property to sell alongside limited edition Prints, open prints and greeting cards.
The first property to be selected by Barrington and The National Trust is Cliveden House and grounds in Berkshire, only four miles from Windsor. He has chosen and created six views from around the property with can be seen here.
The first exhibition was to be held at the property on 22nd to 25th May 2020 but due to the Corona Virus outbreak this has had to be postponed until a later date.
We hope to reschedule the event to take place in September.
To see these paintings in detail please go to Barry's Work under the Art Works banner