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:: Stephanie Dingle 1926-2017

Signed oils on board. Inscribed verso & dated 2012. Image size 36x31 cms £500
Price Code B

'The Shellfishers'
Signed oils on board.Signed & titled on reverse. Image size 29x33 cms £600
Price Code B

'Autumn Vineyard'
Signed oils on board. Image size 20x26 cms £425

Price Code A

'Houses and Beach, St Ives'
Signed oils on board. Image size 48x56 cms sold

Price Code C

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'St. Ives Beach'
Signed oils on board. Signed & titled on backboard. Image size 31x36 cms £600
Price Code B

'Waiting for the Tide, St.Ives' Signed oils on canvas. Titled on reverse & dated 2014. Image size 41x59 cms £900 Price Code B

'French Street Scene'
Signed oils on board. Image size 41x46 cms £800

Price Code B

'Bollin Mill'
Signed oils on board. Image size 36x41 cms £650

Price Code B











It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Stephanie Dingle who died peacefully on Christmas Eve 2017. She would have been 92 in March and continued painting right into her final year.

Stephanie enjoyed travelling and often painted en plein air. Her pictures were full of life and joyful colour and she was often referred to as the 'Grande Dame of Northern Art.

We would like to offer our sincere condolences to her family. She will be greatly missed.


Stephanie was born in Lancaster in 1926, and grew up in the Furness District where she developed her appreciation of landscape. She trained as a nurse and midwife but much later, attended the Warrington School of Art and became a pupil of William Ralph Turner.

The inspiration for her flower paintings comes from her own garden and frequent visits to France give inspiration for her seascapes and landscapes. Often referred to as the 'Grande Dame of Northern Art', her work shows a naïve approach and a use of colour that owes much to the fauves.

She has exhibited at the Royal Cambrian Academy, Manchester Academy (1987 Prizewinner) Stockport, Warrington, and Crewe Art Galleries. Represented in the Rutherston Collection, Manchester City Art Gallery and the Halifax Building Society and in numerous private collections in the UK and overseas.

Archived exhibition March '06 click here

Archived exhibition March '14 click here

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