Cityscape Art

February 11, 2020

Cityscape Art

Cityscape Art

Urban is Beautiful


Wyecliffe has always acknowledged the architectural presence and beauty of the capital cities of the world, alongside the talented artists few and far between who have carved out their own niches, our selective group of cityscape talent has been underlined by a habit of capturing the personality of these wonderful cities to create engaging artwork. We wanted to have a re-visit of some these artworks whilst showcasing the different personalities of the major cities that give them their name.


Creating an enthralling collection of Paris, Simon Wright brings the elements of illustration and fine art together to create a style, which is totally unique and appeals to a varied audience. He also gets plenty of joy from working with the open surroundings in these paintings of the capital - which has been widely-characterised as the 'city of affection'. Wright predominantly works with oils as seen by the natural light reflecting of the oil spots and giving the collection more personality.


As Robin Eckardt utilises her extensive range of media to capture the lively personality of New York City; 'the city that never sleeps' her passion for exploration manifests itself into her lust for urban-esque elements that are consistent with classic cityscapes, like yellow taxis, tall structures and bright, shining lights. Installed into some of the world’s most exciting properties, Robin’s urban works are beautiful pieces of interior decoration. Find out more.


Richard Knight is a British artist who paints the urban landscape in a modern impressionist style. London-lovers will adore his snapshots of the UK capital. As a full time artist, Richard Knight loves to paint landscapes, cities and people, creating a record of places he has visited which inform his studio paintings. Richard uses the confusion of light and movement in each painting to create hazy impressions and using stencils he builds texture throughout his paintings, making each one entirely unique. Swipe right for more.


Waterways of Europe

Urban is Beautiful



The well-renowned canals of the world has been perfectly-poised in many collector's requests' for urban-like artwork, which has paved the way for some very exciting projects from oil-painters, Veronika Benoni and Paul Kenton. Honouring these requests, both artists have expanded on their geographical-horizon to create some beautiful pieces of popular canals from the central points of Europe, like Amsterdam, to the voluptuous scenery of Venice. The natural components of such landscapes, like the Thames, goes hand-in-hand with the man-mad elements of vessels and historical architecture which has opened up avenues for the oil-painters to re-define the urban artistry scene.


Global Beacons


Some of our international-inspired artists include the wonderfully-talented, Veronika Benoni, who brings out the personality of Notre Dam with it's overwhelming presence, attributing to it's dominating size and rich history. The artist herself enjoyed painting from a very young age. On deciding to take up painting as a profession, she understood that this would entail a lot of long and hard study, Veronika received a great deal of support from her grandfather; an architect. Years later, and Veronika Benoni has forged a unique style in a competitive space of urban-art which has seen her paint some of the most famous landmarks of international cities.



Andrew has established himself mainly to landscape especially drawn towards the beautiful urban areas of London. He prepares his own pigments and mediums carefully by hand, and maintains the science and craft of oil painting traditions. A huge talent in his own right, Andrew has thrived on his traditional techniques which has entailed extensive, long processes with an outcome of producing technically outstanding oil paintings at modest prices.


Inspired by the firm brushstrokes of Claude Monet and the rich history of London's greatest landmarks, urban (and rural) painter, John Myatt, has picked up the baton that was passed down from the impressionist and in doing so, has achieved prominent recognition to the rare and affluent artwork that we have been so accustomed to seeing from the creator. Primarily gaining his inspiration from city landmarks, John Myatt is also known for his rural artwork.

Wyecliffe has always acknowledged the architectural presence and beauty of the capital cities of the world, alongside the talented artists few and far between who have carved out their own niches, our selective group of cityscape talent has been underlined by a habit of capturing the personality of these wonderful cities to create engaging artwork. We wanted to have a re-visit of some these artworks whilst showcasing the different personalities of the major cities that give them their name.

            FLUID OIL PAINTER       |       ANDREW GRAND KURTIS


Andrew has established himself mainly to landscape especially drawn towards the beautiful urban areas of London. He prepares his own pigments and mediums carefully by hand, and maintains the science and craft of oil painting traditions. A huge talent in his own right, Andrew has thrived on his traditional techniques which has entailed extensive, long processes with an outcome of producing unique artwork at modest prices.

       MONET-ESQUE ARTIST      |     JOHN MYATT


Inspired by the firm brushstrokes of Claude Monet and the rich history of London's greatest landmarks, urban (and rural) painter, John Myatt, has picked up the baton that was passed down from the impressionist and in doing so, has achieved prominent recognition to the rare and affluent artwork that we have been so accustomed to seeing from the creator. Primarily gaining his inspiration from city landmarks, John Myatt is also known for his rural artwork.

       THE STENCIL MASTER       |     RICHARD KNIGHT


Richard Knight is a British artist who paints the urban landscape in a modern impressionist style. London-lovers will adore his snapshots of the UK capital. As a full time artist, Richard Knight loves to paint landscapes, cities and people, creating a record of places he has visited which inform his studio paintings. Richard uses the confusion of light and movement in each painting to create hazy impressions and using stencils he builds texture throughout his paintings, making each one entirely unique. Swipe right for more.

London Scenery


Some of our talented artists have utilised the landscape opportunity to showcase influential landmarks of the capital. Jo Bowen, for example, has had a long affiliation with Wyecliffe in connection to his well-liked, acrylic compositions painted from bridges, like the art-enthusiasts seen painting London at the dusk of dawn hoping to create a name for their work, as Jo Bowen had done. American painter, Chris DeRubeis, has also been recognised for paintings that bring to you the world of celestial abstraction, capturing coloured soaked light which appears to spring from his art. With his soft lines, he weaves together forms of metal sculpture and paint to make his composition flow in harmony.

                ACRYLIC GENIUS       |     JO BOWEN

         METAL SCULPTURIST      |      CHRIS DERUBEIS

Global Beacons


Some of our international-inspired artists include the wonderfully-talented, Veronika Benoni, who brings out the personality of Notre Dam with it's overwhelming presence, attributing to it's dominating size and rich history. The artist herself enjoyed painting from a very young age. On deciding to take up painting as a profession, she understood that this would entail a lot of long and hard study, Veronika received a great deal of support from her grandfather; an architect. Years later, and Veronika Benoni has forged a unique style in a competitive space of urban-art which has seen her paint some of the most famous landmarks of international cities.

                                PARIS      |      SIMON WRIGHT


Creating an enthralling collection of Paris, Simon Wright brings the elements of illustration and fine art together to create a style, which is totally unique and appeals to a varied audience. He also gets plenty of joy from working with the open surroundings in these paintings of the capital - which has been widely-characterised as the 'city of affection'. Wright predominantly works with oils as seen by the natural light reflecting of the oil spots and giving the collection more personality.

                         NEW YORK      |       ROBIN ECKARDT


As Robin Eckardt utilises her extensive range of media to capture the lively personality of New York City; 'the city that never sleeps' her passion for exploration manifests itself into her lust for urban-esque elements that are consistent with classic cityscapes, like yellow taxis, tall structures and bright, shining lights. Installed into some of the world’s most exciting properties, Robin’s urban works are beautiful pieces of interior decoration. Find out more.

London Scenery


Some of our talented artists have utilised the landscape opportunity to showcase influential landmarks of the capital. Jo Bowen, for example, has had a long affiliation with Wyecliffe in connection to his well-liked, acrylic compositions painted from bridges, like the art-enthusiasts seen painting London at the dusk of dawn hoping to create a name for their work, as Jo Bowen had done. American painter, Chris DeRubeis, has also been recognised for paintings that bring to you the world of celestial abstraction, capturing coloured soaked light which appears to spring from his art. With his soft lines, he weaves together forms of metal sculpture and paint to make his composition flow in harmony. Swipe right for more.


Waterways of Europe


The well-renowned canals of the world has been perfectly-poised in many collector's requests' for urban-like artwork, which has paved the way for some very exciting projects from oil-painters, Veronika Benoni and Paul Kenton. Honouring these requests, both artists have expanded on their geographical-horizon to create some beautiful pieces of popular canals from the central points of Europe, like Amsterdam, to the voluptuous scenery of Venice. The natural components of such landscapes, like the Thames, goes hand-in-hand with the man-mad elements of vessels and historical architecture which has opened up avenues for the oil-painters to re-define the urban artistry scene.






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