TERENCE STOREY (1923 - 2019)


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20th Century


Oil on board


Bottom RHS



195 mm x 245 mm

(7.75 inch x 9.75 inch)


340 mm x 390 mm

(13.5 inch x 15.5 inch )


Good condition





Delightful small oil painting of a man fishing in the grounds of 'Hardwicke' which we believe are the grounds of Hardwick Hall, Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Lovely detail to this piece, the lone fisherman contemplating on the bank of the water sitting on a small stool with his fishing tackle laid ground. Colours are nice and vivid and the water has a lovely tranquil movement with glistening light relecting. Trees and shrubs to the back drop. 

TERENCE STOREY (1923 - 2019)

An exciting opportunity to own a very atrractive work of art by one of the country's greatest artists

Terence Storey's work has been exhibited worldwide and some of it hangs in the United Nations and also forms part of Prince Charles personal collection.

His Derbyshire work includes paintings of scenes in and around Markeaton - close to where he lived for 60 years - Dovedale, Bakewell, Carsington and the High Peak.

Further afield, the works cover scenes as diverse as Venice, Scotland, Whitby and Leigh-on-Sea. 

Currently, some of Mr Storey's other works are for sale in art galleries for upwards of £3,000 - £4,000.

Mr Storey was born in Sunderland in 1923 and studied at the Durham School of Art before moving to continue his studies at Derby College of Art, from where he began his career as primarily a landscape painter.

He attended Sunderland Art School & Derby College of Art. He was appointed chief of the Art department at Rolls Royce until 1972. His work is in the collection of HRH The Prince of Wales, the Sultanate of Oman & the Burnham Art Club. He was commissioned PLA to record the Silver Jubilee River Festival, and the 1995 Tall Ships Race, by the Forth Ports, and numerous other commissions worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Society of Marine Painters (RSMA) ((1988-93). He has exhibited at the Royal Society of painters in Oils (ROI), New English Art Club (NEAC), Royal Society of British Artists (RBA), & SWIA.