The Art of John Knapp-Fisher. For limited edition prints and his illustrated book 'My Life - all the little things', please scroll below John Knapp-Fisher Art Cards.
John Knapp-Fisher was born in London in 1931. After studying graphic design and typography at Maidstone College of Art, he became involved in exhibition design and theatre design including scene construction and painting.
Turning to full-time painting in 1960, he lived and exhibited from his sea-going fishing boat for five years, exploring the rivers and estuaries of the South and East Coasts of England. John has exhibited widely in England, Wales, Europe, Africa and North America. John Knapp-Fisher was elected a member of the Royal Cambrian Academy 1992.
His work is in a number of public and many private collections. For the past thirty five years he has lived and painted in Pembrokeshire.
John Knapp-Fisher Prints
John Knapp-Fisher Limited Edition Fine Art Prints
Please note that due to the sad passing of John Knapp-Fisher only some prints are available signed (those that appear first in this list). Other prints remain as part of a limited edition, certified, stamped and have a digital image of John's signature.
Limited editon prints by John Knapp-Fisher. Prints can be ordered as print only, mounted print (ready for framing) or as mounted and framed. We use high quality plain white conservation mount board. We frame specifically for your needs. Our standard and preferred frame is a plain oak with a square profile. Please enquire if you would like further details.
Print Delivery Charges
Please note there is a delivery supplement of £5.00 per print to contribute towards shipping and insurance costs.
John Knapp-Fisher Book
John Knapp Fisher 'My Life - all the little things (BOOK) - £27.00
An illustrated autobiography with beautiful artwork and photographs.
In the near fifty years since John Knapp-Fisher opened his studio gallery on the crossroads at Croesgoch on the St David's peninsula of Pembrokeshire he has built and developed a huge following. Trevigan Cottage has always been a memorably hospitable place for friends with epic occasions of serious conversation as well as hilarious conviviality. Added to that has been the growing circle of those who perhaps first as holiday visitors to the gallery have found a ready welcome from the working artist and seen the strength of his work. They have found a man of craggy determination with commitment to his painting like a rock at the centre of his being. They have found in John a prevailing presence. He has spent so much time out in the landscape observing, drawing, sketching, painting in all the weathers of which Pembrokeshire is capable. His understanding of the dark and the light, the sea and its craft, the harbours, the fields and mountains, the farms and chapels and cottages set in their distinctive horizons has made him the visual voice of this most compelling place.