Adolph Valette Artist in Altrincham – Artwork to Collect and Cherish
You can view the works of Adolph Valette artist in Altrincham at the Colourfield Gallery. Located in Poynton, Cheshire, we specialise in the Northern School of Art. Our gallery has established itself as a cherished and reputed platform for local artists who are breaking new ground in the art world. You’re welcome to visit us at our location on the London Road South, Poynton, or browse our website for a glimpse of the artists and works we feature. We are open Tuesday to Saturday, between 10 and 5, except on Bank Holidays. You can make an appointment to meet us on Mondays and Sundays. If you’re interested in a particular artist, or have a painting that you’d like to sell, get in touch with us.
The new generation of Northern Artists delights in portraying contemporary city-scapes. However, they remain true to the legacy and culture of this region. In Altrincham, Adolphe Valette artist was one such artist who was fascinated by this milieu. His full name was Pierre Adolphe Valette, and he was a well-known French impressionist painter. Mystery surrounds his arrival in England where he studied at the Birbeck Institute, a college in London. Further, he became a greeting card and calendar designer for a printing company. While studying an evening course at the Manchester Art School, he joined the faculty as a teacher.
At Colourfield Gallery, we celebrate Adolphe Valette artist in Altrincham as an important figure in the pantheon of British and French art. His impressions of Manchester and neighbouring cities offer a poignant glimpse of urban landscapes in the early 20th century. Further, he was equally good in still life, portraits and his self-portraits offer interesting insights into his own personality. For more details about Adolphe Valette, contact us today. Thus, as an artist with many talents, he was extremely prolific and many of his works are on view at local galleries. Moreover, he is best known for being the tutor of HS Lowry, the originator of the Northern School.