Roy Windsor’s Artwork

Below is a selection of Roy’s paintings, sketches and other artwork.  These were produced between the 1950s and 2000s.

 

Bread

1. Composition with bread, created 1987.

 

2. Bread sculpture, date unknown.

 

3. Scene from Kidsgrove (with Mow Cop in the background).  Possibly painted in 1950s.

 

The same as the above, but the artwork was photographed outside in sunlight.

 

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City of Truro

5. City of Truro.  Painted circa late 60s or early 70s.

 

6. Canal lock near Kidsgrove, date unknown (possibly 1950s).

 

 

7. Tartan Gang.  The lower image shows layers added under the wood carving original.

 

8. Nude, painted early 1970s.

 

9. Wedding with archway of swords, painted early 1970s.

 

10. Wedding, painted early 1970s.

 

11. Rugby team woodcutting.  Produced early 1970s.

 

12. Woodcutting, produced early 1970s.

 

13. Canal sketch, date unknown.

 

14. Cement lorry sketch, date unknown.

 

15. Manchester Cathedral, date unknown.

 

16. Folkestone Harbour, 1985.

 

17. Manchester, date unknown.

 

18. Railway bridge, date unknown.

 

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20. Manchester station, date unknown.

 

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24. Early version of ‘Daydream’ logo (Ralph’s company).  Produced 1998.

 

25. Possibly Kidsgrove or Manchester, painted early 1960s.

 

26. Scene from the rear bedroom window of Roy’s parents’ house at 53 3rd Avenue in Kidsgrove which backed onto the railway.

 

27. Life chalk drawings, drawn in the 1990s.

 

28. Life chalk drawings, drawn in the 1990s.

 

29. Possibly Manchester, date unknown.

 

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31. Steam locomotive painting produced in 1989 for Violet’s father, Gerald Ash.

 

32. Steam locomotive painting produced in 1987 for Violet’s father, Gerald Ash.

 

33. Steam locomotive painting produced in 1988 for Violet’s father, Gerald Ash.

 

34. Steam locomotive painting produced in 1987 for Violet’s father, Gerald Ash.