Due to Trevor Stubley Hon RP, RBA, RSW, RWS's death in 2010, the Trevor Stubley Gallery building will be sold in an auction, taking place on May 28th 2013.
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(1932 – 2010, aged 77)
Thank you for visiting this site. The
online Trevor Stubley Gallery is here to let you view a range
of work by Trevor Stubley. Born in Leeds, in the United Kingdom
in 1932, Stubley has achieved a great deal in the art world.
He has completed over 500 commissioned portraits, and illustrated
around 400 children's books. Stubley has painted throughout
Europe, won many awards and held countless exhibitions.
Stubley portraits were commissioned
as drawings, pastels or oils on canvas. Oils and pastels capture
colouring and complexion most accurately, whilst drawings
mainly concentrate on the structure of the head. Portraits
had been painted from life. For more information about Trevor Stubley visit
the Profile page.
Sitters have included members of the
Royal Family, distinguished academics and politicians, and
people from the armed forces, commerce, medicine and the arts.
To get around the site, click the buttons
on the menu at the side of each page. By clicking on each
picture in a group, you will be able to see a larger view
and detailed description in a new window.
Press Release (February
Trevor Stubley Hon RP, RBA,
Trevor Stubley held career-long retrospective exhibition at the North
Light Gallery, Armitage Bridge, Huddersfield HD9 7NR.
Tel: 01484 340003 in 2004.
A graduate of Edinburgh College
of Art, and winner of the Andrew Grant Major Travelling
Scholarship in 1954, Stubley is a prolific artist who
has illustrated over 400 children's books and completed
about 500 portrait commissions, including a portrait
of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II for the Institution of Electrical
Engineers in 1986. An inveterate traveller since student
days, Stubley has painted innumerable watercolour landscapes,
working en plein air in ten different countries
over a period of twenty years.
The North Light Gallery is a
magnificent conversion of three large spinning sheds,
in a former textile mill owned by the Brooke family,
to form a spacious gallery beautifully lit by natural