In this the centenary year of Christopher Lloyd’s birth, Rye artist Richard Adams has woven his magic in the gardens of Northiam’s Great Dixter, which Christopher developed, with a series of 12 paintings through the four seasons.
Two have already sold, but there are five available now, and a further five are being painted during this summer and autumn and will be ready to buy in November.
To see Richard’s paintings go to the website. Richard has generously agreed that 25% of each sale will go into the Great Dixter Charitable Trust Centenary Fund.
Image Credits: Richard Adams .