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An idyllic snapshot of the Dordogne captured with a vibrant palette and attractive impasto.
The appropriately named Oliver Warman served 30 years in the army with tours in the Middle East and Northern Ireland. He was appointed as Military Assistant to the Prime Minister.
He was made a fellow of the R.B.A in 1984 (click here for an interesting obituary on their site) and the R.O.I. in 1989. His work appears in the collections of the British Royal Family, the Emir of Kuwait, The Sultan of Oman and several corporate collections.
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