Railway Artist James Green.(All images courtesy James Green)
Railway Artist James Green has recently been elected to a full member of The Guild of Railway Artists, this is of little surprise as his breath taking watercolour and ink railway paintings are among some of the best in the field.
James has been painting railway subjects since 2010 with his painting ‘Tornado’ being the first of this subject matter. Since then James has gained many collectors of his limited edition prints within the railway community and with that a reputation to match.
Tornado & Class 37
James has recently completed his first diesel painting ‘Class 37 at Grangemouth 1976’ a breakaway from steam but one that James says he really enjoyed and will be producing more of in the future, with a Deltic scheduled next.
This full time artist also plans to move into a new larger studio by the end of the year, a positive and exciting move which James hopes will end up being much more productive work wise for him.
His original works are highly sought after with only one of his current portfolio of railway paintings unsold at present. High quality limited edition prints of his paintings are also available which are extremely collectable.
Black 5 & Sir Nigel Gresley
James can often be seen at a number of model railway exhibitions throughout the year including NEC Warley and The National Festival of Railway Modelling at Peterborough. James says its great to be able to showcase his work at events like these as customers looking at his artwork online cannot always appreciate the detail and quality of the finished product.
Duchess “On Shed.”.
Visit the artists website here to see full range https://www.jamesgreenart.co.u