Todmorden Fine Art deals exclusively in the works of contemporary northern, professional artists. Todmorden Fine Art was opened in 1981 and has built up a nationwide reputation for supplying affordable artworks at prices for serious collectors. Our prices range from £250 to £2000.
A bond of confidence has been built up with our customers over the past forty plus years. Initially, inexperienced collectors have gone on to amass large collections of professional works, solely on the strength of the advice and pictures offered by Todmorden Fine Art. A personal and friendly service is guaranteed, with good relationships between ourselves and our customers. This, and the uncompromising quality of the works that we offer have brought success to the gallery over the last 40+ years.
Todmorden Fine Art have a wide range of emerging and established artists, with prices to suit all budgets.
Our latest artworks page showcases the very best paintings from our diverse and engaging art collection.
Owner of Todmorden Fine Art Gallery, David Gunning was asked by Anthony Cosgrove to take part in one of his YouTube Podcasts in 2020.
The resulting episode gives a wonderful insight into David Gunning, the art dealer, and conversational stories about legendary Northern artists, such as William Ralph Turner and Geoffrey Key.
Peter Stanaway was born in 1943. He has a Bachelor of Education (Hons.) Degree. He was educated at the De La Salle Training College and Manchester University. Peter is a Member of the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts.
Lucy Manfredi was born in 1974 and, from an early age, she has been fascinated by drawing and painting. In 1995, she graduated from Manchester University with a Bachelor of Art Honours Degree.
David Gunning was recently contacted by the artist Roderick Thackray, and was very impressed with his work. Roderick is 79 and he has never been represented by a dealer, hence is work is less well known. He has an amazing ability to capture the mood of Northern Industrial landscapes. For some years he worked in the coal mines, his drawings and paintings of miners working above and underground capture magically the hardships endured by coal miners in the earlier years of the twentieth century.
During his career as a painter, he sold very little, and he has a substantial number of drawings and paintings waiting to be discovered. For David Gunning, it seems almost like the repeat of him first seeing the works of William Turner.