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From 9th March 2017 a number of our paintings will be on display at the Hadrian Hotel, Wall, Hexham to view and purchase.

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Roderick Alder

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Rod Alder is the son of the famous Northumbrian wildlife artist James Alder who was commissioned to paint a series of birds for the Queen and Queen Mother. Rod has taken his father's sketch books and recreated his pencil drawings as watercolours and mixed media paintings.

Pen, Ink and Wash on paper                                signed

£125.00

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Roderick Alder

We are delighted to welcome Rod Alder to The Wallington Gallery a local artist with a distinctive style. Born in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Rod started painting later in life. His working background was as an advertising and marketing executive.

Rod describes his work as follows " I wandered into art through a genetic force, my late father being James Alder, a noted natural history and ornithological artist who painted for the Royal Family. This had some bearing on my views of the beautiful Northumberland landscapes but this developed into a love of our architecture in the City, towns, villages and countryside. Buildings of stone, brick, slate and wood are as much a part of the landscape as are the hills, fields and trees, their form being shaped, as in nature, by the elements and the passage of time. My work has evolved into painting in sepia which I feel best reflects their forms and indeed the countryside of Northumberland with its warm tones of moorland, sandstone and peaty rivers."

Recently Rod has been involved in commission work producing excellent paintings of customers homes.

We are convinced that you will enjoy the paintings by Rod as much as we do. He is also available for commissions.      

Other paintings by this artist:

  • Old Market Cross, Corbridge
  • Market Place, Corbridge
  • A study of a doorway St. Mary's, Ovingham
  • St Nicholas from the portico of the Old Post Office
  • A view from the Newcastle Keep Tower
  • The top of Dog Leap Stairs
  • The Side, Newcastle
  • Aspects of St. Nicholas Cathedral old and new
  • Guild Hall view from the Tyne Bridge
  • Across the Tyne, Age of Steam
  • A view of Newcastle from Gateshead
  • The Old Town Hall, Newcastle
  • Old Newcastle around St.Nicholas Cathedral and Black Gate
  • Newcastle from Gateshead
  • Swing Bridge Open
  • Keel Boats Passing Under The Tyne  Bridge
  • Seaton Sluice from 1880 to 1950
  • The Old Ouseburn Bridge Newcastle
  • High Level Bridge and Newcastle from Gateshead
  • The High Level Bridge and Victorian Riverside Gateshead
  • Newcastle Quayside Circa 1900 before the building of the Tyne Bridge
  • Busy Quayside, Boats and Bridges, Newcastle
  • A Rainy Day in Newcastle
  • The Guild Hall Newcastle looking towards St. Nicholas Cathedral
  • Under the Temple of Isis Portico at Philae
  • The Old Post Office Newcastle Looking Towards The Keep
  • Portico, Temple of Edfu, Egypt
  • Golden Temple at Baalbeck
  • St.Nicholas Cathedral Newcastle looking towards The Cloth Market and Market Street
  • Claremont Buildings and Hancock Museum
  • Kings Arch, Newcastle University
  • Old Tyne Bridge
  • Students Union Building, Newcastle University
  • The Theatre Royal
  • A View of Newcastle from Gateshead
  • Seaton Sluice
  • Fisher Folk, Cullercoats
  • Rounding the Hailing Station, North Shields
  • Stormy Day, Tynemouth
  • Playful Foxes
  • The Old Lloyds Hailing Station, North Shields
  • The Groyne looking towards Tynemouth
  • Tyne Bridges and Boats
  • Lindisfarne Priory and Castle
  • Bamburgh Village and Castle
  • North Shields High Lights and Low Lights
  • Tyne Bridge and Market
  • North Shields Fish Quay
  • Fishing, Haydon Bridge, Northumberland
  • Swing Bridge, Newcastle

Artwork Tags: Northumbrian | Watercolour | Wildlife

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