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Original Francis Salvesen Prints

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Dave, Lancs

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Jane, Edinburgh


High quality prints of Award Winning Paintings showcasing the Best of British

In 2020 Francis was approached by the Royal Society of Arts to be made Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA), an award granted to individuals that the RSA judges to have made outstanding achievements related to the Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce.

“My home is full of my own vibrant landscapes, wildlife paintings, portraits and seascapes. Many other homes have started their own collections and it is truly wonderful to see my paintings on these walls. It is a lovely thing to give other people pleasure.”


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Highland Cow

A Highland Cow in winter, amidst the snowy branches of trees, with the yellow, sunset light lighting the wood and trees in the middle right.

The River Tay, Dunkeld

The River Tay running through the woodlands of Dunkeld, Pethshire, in Autumn. the Autumn leaves, orange and brown, hang over the white waters, glistening in the sunlight. Boulders covered in moss adorn the sides of the river, where some leaves have fallen into the river.

Floreas Britannia

Oil of Canvas painting of a British Nurse in her Personal Protective Clothing, during the Coronavirus epidemic of 2020.

The Flower symbolises Love and you can see from the Nurses eyes how tired but determined she is, and how much she cares about the many lives that have been lost, while giving hope to the thousands of people who have caught the virus and there families. £10 from each Print sale will be donated to NHS Charities Covid-19 appeal. 

Blessed Shakespeare

My most powerful portrait, illustrating two enduring aspects of ‘what it means to be British’. The first is our ‘National Treasures’: the most important characters and personalities in our modern life. Here Brian Blessed is suitably positioned, on a throne, as King Lear. 

Castle Stalker

A dramatic, fiery sunset in the distant middle right, lights the dark clouds. Castle Stalker and its surrounding Islands are stark black over the Loch water, which reflects the incandescent colours of the clouds.