Emanuel Levy in Knutsford
If you’re looking for Emanuel Levy in Knutsford, get in touch with the Colourfield Gallery. If you are a connoisseur of Manchester art, here’s where you can view and purchase top quality art, and also market your own works. Our gallery is in Poynton, Cheshire. We take pride in the fact that we specialise in the School of Northern Art. Currently we exhibit more than 50 talented and well-known artists such as Trevor Grimshaw, Michael Ashcroft and Helen Clapcott. As such, ours is a warm, hospitable and welcoming space, where people receive encouragement to browse, chat and enjoy art in a relaxed atmosphere. There is a diverse, and well-represented body of work from many lesser-known, highly-gifted artists as well, to suit all pockets.
For art lovers in Knutsford, Emanuel Levy buy and sell facilities are available to delight art lovers across the region and beyond. Our gallery is a hub of the local art world and caters to art-lovers and investors alike. Since we specialise in the Northern School, you will find works here that will give you hours of viewing pleasure. Additionally, these works will undoubtedly increase in value, proving to be a worthwhile investment. What gives visitors and clients immense satisfaction is the opportunity to interact with our in-house art experts and curators.
Emanuel Levy in Knutsford is brought to you by the Colourfield Gallery. For more details on buying and selling artwork of this great artist, contact us. Emanuel Levy (1900-1986) came from a family of Russian Jews who escaped from Nazi Germany. Hence, he was a well-known Manchester artist, critic and art teacher. His special talent was portraiture and some of his works are in national galleries. As a member of the Manchester Society of Modern Painters, and the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, he ensured that local artists got the recognition they deserve. His work captures the silent tragedies of the less advantaged in our society. However, he also shows his fascination for his Jewish heritage in many of his works. Further, his talent is so universal that there is nothing provincial or even identifiable as purely English about it. His art proves his world citizenship.