Art by Malcolm Davies  - Associate Member of the Guild of Railway Artists

Recently Finished

I have just completed a COMMISSION (Jan 20) for a painting of the Great Western Railway locomotive "City of Truro" which on the 9th May 1904 was the first vehicle of any kind to pass the 100m.p.h. barrier, whilst hauling the Ocean Mails express from London to Plymouth.












Recently finished artwork (Dec 2019) is a bit of a departure from my recent work. I have gone back after a long time to doing an equestrian based picture. This time it is of racehorses at Thirsk Racecourse in North Yorkshire, England. The power and magnificence of these wonderful animals at full speed heading for the finish line was a joy to behold. Now for sale at £375. or nearest offer. (mounted size is 50 x 40cms)










Finally finished the watercolour painting of the 2 Maidstone Corporation PD2A's yesterday evening (20th Nov 2019). The Ochre and Cream colour being the original scheme for Maidstone and this was later changed to "Fiesta Blue" and Cream. Great colour name that Fiesta Blue!!! Painting (without mount) measures 42 x 30 cms and is up for sale. Open to sensible offers.











3 Steam railway based watercolour paintings.

1. Two locomotives currently part of the collection at the National Railway Museum in York:

Class 52 D1023 "Western Fusilier" and SR Motor Brake Third 1293. Both of these are part of the National Railway Museum collection at York. (finished 29/09) £195 or nearest offer (plus postage). Please use the Contact Us page to make an offer.












This scene below is inside the engine shed at Holbeck, Leeds in July 1967 towards the end of the steam era. As can be seen the loco in the middle has seen better days. (SOLD)


















0-6-0 Pannier Tank Engine on the Llangollen Railway £195 or nearest offer (plus postage). Please use the Contact Us page to make an offer on this or any of the other paintings.
























The first four watercolours in a series of doorways from around the world. 

I love Art Deco in particular so I started this series with two I came across in Ostend, Belgium. 






















The next two doorways are from Edinburgh (left) and Thaxted (right). The Thaxted house was the residence of the famous composer Gustav Holst for several years, which is why there is a Blue Plaque on the wall.



Completed in watercolour all measure 1approx 4" x 10" (36 x 25 cms). 

Available at £60 each, £110 for a pair or £200 for all four. Will look great mounted together.


Guy Arab double decker bus at Cleckheaton bus station (1960's scene) (Mounted Size is 50 x 40cms).












Now For Sale at £175 plus postage


All artwork for sale can be found in the SHOP pages

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