Bill Evans 

at A & E Pettifer Ltd, 

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Pig hut in the woods  30x40 cm

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Brook corner   40x30 cm

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Whitbourne Hall entrance  45 x 35 cm


Woodcock Hill  60 x 45cm

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Hawthorn blossom, looking down  60 x 75cm

Bill Evans 

Bill Evans began painting seriously at school where he was lucky enough to have two inspiring teachers - Bruce Killeen and Richard Blomfield, both practising artists. One of his main early influences was Nicolas De Stael.  He held a one-man exhibition in Oxford in 1969 and took part in the East London Artists exhibition at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in 1974.

Having spent most of his working life  as a farmer, forester and estate manager, with painting taking a back seat, Bill has started a new career as an artist and  has been painting full time since 2013.