Past work archive: a selection of sold and collected work

In collection

Purple Fusion. In collection

Paris. In collection

Paris. In collection

Glencoe, Scotland. SOLD

Glencoe, Scotland. SOLD

Coastal Sunset. SOLD

Coastal Sunset. SOLD

Burning Sunset. SOLD

Burning Sunset. SOLD

Continental Sunset. SOLD

Continental Sunset. SOLD

Daventry. SOLD

Daventry. SOLD

Explosions-in-the-sky. SOLD

Explosions-in-the-sky. SOLD

Glen-nevis-scotland. Commisioned piece.

Glen-nevis-scotland. Commisioned piece.

Evening-sails

Evening-sails. SOLD

Lands-end-peninsula

Lands-end-peninsula

Place-your-bets

Place-your-bets. SOLD

Shining winters morning. SOLD

Shining winters morning. SOLD

St-peters-port-guernsey

St-peters-port-guernsey. SOLD

Steam. SOLD

Steam. SOLD

Brancaster. IN COLLECTION.

Brancaster. IN COLLECTION.

Telegraph-bay. SOLD

Telegraph-bay. SOLD

The-mathematical-bridge-Cambridge. SOLD

The-mathematical-bridge-Cambridge. SOLD

Probably one of my favourite paintings of all time. This uruguayan coffee was knocking about in my kitchen while I was living in Cologne. Strange how you can miss coffee but I do.

It's a walnut. I personally despise the taste, but I've always liked the way they look.

You would not believe how much of a pain painting this was. I wanted the details to be right, so I spent about 50 hours on it...


24 comments on “Past work archive: a selection of sold and collected work

  1. Mike Quirk says:

    Hey, I like your work. You should post some new stuff.
    Mike Quirk – USA

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  5. Tobi Ogley says:

    Hello! Quick question that’s entirely off topic. Do you know how to make your site mobile friendly? My website looks weird when viewing from my apple iphone. I’m trying to find a template or plugin that might be able to resolve this problem. If you have any suggestions, please share. Thank you!

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  6. chrispink says:

    Hi Tobi,
    I’m afraid I don’t have any suggestions…I don’t own an iphone either, so that’s me flummoxed. I suggest you try a different theme and see how that goes.
    All the best,
    Chris

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  8. Yasmin Selena Butt says:

    Have snuck on, while house is quiet. Loved the pix you’ve added on, am sure a few of these are new? Shining Winter Morning made me melt. I would have been proud to hang that in my home. So beautiful, Chris. Whoever has it now, better be being sweet to it ; ) x

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  9. chrispink says:

    Hello to you, sneaker. Ah, thanks Yasmin, I really love that picture too. I miss it sometimes actually, and usually I don’t get too attached to pieces, but that one was different. (Actually that’s a lie; I am attached to some of them, but you have to try not to be.)

    That particular painting you mentioned went to a great and appreciative home. I really want to start doing some more work but am not sure what direction I want to go in.

    Thanks for the emails. I have a busy weekend of catching up with things and am going out soon, but I wish you fun in Banbury and all the best. C x

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  10. chrispink says:

    I meant to say that none of the pictures are that new, I just re-organised this a bit and uploaded some which weren’t on there.

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  11. Yasmin Selena Butt says:

    It’s okay, I knew what you meant, I’m v.glad that painting is special for you too. Tonight, I watched a floodlit old church strike 11pm in a wee silent village, stood there and watched it for ages. (Saw a frog, dog, horses & sheep & bats in a field. I am so in the countryside here!) I thought of you and how amazing it would be if you could paint something as bewitching as this and do it justice. Lovely to be out in the dark. I bought cotton canvas and clear iridescent paint today. I found a Kate Atkinson book, but could not recall which one you said I should read?! Hope you had a good day too Mr Pink and that you are catching up with stuff.. : ) x

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  12. chrispink says:

    Hey Yasmin, I didn’t sleep at all last night — bad headache; I ended up waking at 4am and doing a tiny bit of work and now I am shattered — so sorry I couldn’t reply quicker to this.

    That painting is special, yes. I remember doing it and feeling proud.

    The church — the atmosphere — sounds wonderful. And what a range of animals to see! Fantastic.

    Ah, that was a kind thiung to say. I shall paint again one day, I can feel it.

    Good for you on the paint and canvas buy. Hope you have fun with that.

    The Kate Atkinson book is One Good Turn, though I expect I am much too late…but really, any of her books are good and more than worth a look (when will there be good news? Is another).

    I have a strong suspicion the next few days will be a bit mad. I am hopefully sorting out paperbacks. We’ll see how that goes.

    Hope you had an ace time away, and thanks for the Spotify gift. Has been really good.
    C x

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  13. Yasmin Selena Butt says:

    I’m so sorry you had a bad head Chris : ( It was v.warm last night. I’ll drop you a wee note soon, it’s weird using a laptop that isn’t mine, at the mo! Makes typing feel strange, Yasmin x

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    • chrispink says:

      Thanks Yasmin. I slept a bit better last night; have done a bit of writing today so that was good.
      Really weird using someone else’s laptop…it doesn’t feel right at all…
      And yes, very very warm last night — still warm now. Got your emails of course, will do my best to reply when I can.
      C

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  14. Mik says:

    Absolutely fantastic work. You are a very talented guy!:)

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  15. Karen says:

    Can I have your brain please hehe Lovely work, all of them!

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    • chrispink says:

      You’re more than welcome to it, I just can’t promise something won’t go wrong when it gets transferred. But if you’re willing to take that risk then please, go ahead šŸ™‚

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      • Karen says:

        OK I’m a bit worried now that you seem so willing to give it away. Something lurking in there that may surprise me? haha šŸ˜‰

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      • chrispink says:

        Jeez Karen, a man can’t WIN! First he agrees to give his brain away, and when he does an assumption or lurkingness (?) is made! Come on, I’m a human, so yes, there are LOADDDDDDDDDSSA things lurking in there. Stuff I doubt I even know about, let alone anyone else (it’s just so hard to keep track these days…). But don’t worry, you can wipe bits of it free. I’ll give you the password šŸ™‚

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      • Karen says:

        haha, okay then I’ll take it šŸ˜›

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  16. miksmith says:

    Stunning! You clever, clever man you!!!
    Oh and beware – it is only a matter of time before I will be breaking into your home to half-inch that sunset painting…:)

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    • chrispink says:

      Dear Mik, why, thanking YOU.
      Hmm…and I thought we were friends! OK, but watch out for the greyhound, because I warn you: she will go for the THROAT!

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