founded in 1927 
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Notting Hill London StQ 9 (unframed) 
oil on board 
40 x 30 cm 
£ 600.00 
Notting Hill London StQ 3 (unframed) 
oil on board 
40 x 60 cm 
£ 600.00 
Sloane Square warm spring morning 
oil on canvas 75x 100 cm  
£ 2500.00 
Notting Hill London StQ 6 (unframed) 
oil on board 
40 x 30 cm  
£ 600.00 
St Ives Pier 
oil on canvas 60 x 75 cm  
£ 2600.00 
Cattle Over Percvil 
The Visitor 
Blue and white water 
oil on canvas board 48 x 56 cm £ 1600.00 
Howard Milton 
Howard Milton studied painting at the Hammersmith College of Art under the influential portrait painter, Ruskin Spear. But it was Graphic Design at the London College of Printing under the tutelage of Tom Eckersley, creator of many of the UKs most iconic graphic posters, which shaped his career. 
Milton came to international prominence during the 1980s UK design boom, building the brand reputations for world’s leading companies. The work and history of his company ‘Alas, Smith & Milton’ was published in 2005. In 2008 he and his partner Jay Smith were recognised for a lifetime’s contribution to British design, in the Design Council’s Prince Philip award for outstanding creativity. But he never stopped painting. And returned to it full time when he moved to Cornwall and taught at Falmouth University of Arts. Milton has become a prolific painter over the past few years capturing the challenge of Cornish village life and the ever changing atmosphere of the coastal weather. Although his favourite subjects, the horse and hound, never stray far from his gaze. Currently Milton is exhibiting in Cornwall at the New Gallery, Portscatho and in London at the Osborne Gallery Studio, Motcomb Street, Belgravia. 
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