ARTIST Trish Wylie

London artist, Trish Wylie, has made a name for herself with her painterly explorations of the cinematic genre. Her previously abstract leanings took a curious turn when her love of painting and film merged to form a series of large and colourful canvas works. In her series of Western themed paintings, the leading stars of classic Western film take on an enigmatic yet iconic presence. Watch out for her huge canvases for huge impact in any space!
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Yellow Posse (full image of painting) | Oil on Polymer | 12ft x 5ft | from Sergio Leone's Western "My Name is Nobody" | £29,500 | Stunning in person

Yellow Posse (full image of painting)

Yellow Posse (detail of) | Oil on Polymer | 12 x 5 ft (365 x 152 cm) | £29.500 | From the Sergio Leone film 'My Name is Nobody'

Yellow Posse (detail of)

Liz Taylor III | Charcoal on Paper  64 x 79 cm (framed) | The second of four drawings of Liz Taylor, each a frame apart. Trish has captured Taylor's beautiful vulnerability in these images. The works are available and can be purchased as a set or individually.

Liz Taylor III | Charcoal on Paper 64 x 79 cm (framed) | The second of four drawings of Liz Taylor, each a frame apart. Trish has captured Taylor's beautiful vulnerability in these images. The works are available and can be purchased as a set or individually.

Clint Eastwood | 120 x 48 inches or 10ft x 4ft | Oil on canvas |  Stunning and quite breathtaking in person

Clint Eastwood | 120 x 48 inches or 10ft x 4ft | Oil on canvas | Stunning and quite breathtaking in person

Six of the Seven, Red | 58 x 72 cm | Watercolour and ink on paper |

Six of the Seven, Red | 58 x 72 cm | Watercolour and ink on paper |

Splash Cowboy | Oil on Polymer

Splash Cowboy | Oil on Polymer

Rising Horse | Oil on Polymer |

Rising Horse | Oil on Polymer |

Liz Taylor IV | Charcoal on Paper  64 x 79 cm (framed) | The second of four drawings of Liz Taylor, each a frame apart. Trish has captured Taylor's beautiful vulnerability in these images. The works are available and can be purchased as a set or individually.

Liz Taylor IV | Charcoal on Paper 64 x 79 cm (framed) | The second of four drawings of Liz Taylor, each a frame apart. Trish has captured Taylor's beautiful vulnerability in these images. The works are available and can be purchased as a set or individually.

Liz Taylor II | Charcoal on Paper  64 x 79 cm (framed) | The second of four drawings of Liz Taylor, each a frame apart. Trish has captured Taylor's beautiful vulnerability in these images. The works are available and can be purchased as a set or individually.

Liz Taylor II | Charcoal on Paper 64 x 79 cm (framed) | The second of four drawings of Liz Taylor, each a frame apart. Trish has captured Taylor's beautiful vulnerability in these images. The works are available and can be purchased as a set or individually.

Liz Taylor | Charcoal on Paper | 64 x 79 cm (framed) | £2,950 | This is one of four drawings of Liz Taylor, each a frame apart. She captures Taylor's beautiful vulnerability in these images. They are available and can be purchased as a set or individually.

Liz Taylor | Charcoal on Paper | 64 x 79 cm (framed) | £2,950 | This is one of four drawings of Liz Taylor, each a frame apart. She captures Taylor's beautiful vulnerability in these images. They are available and can be purchased as a set or individually.

Lee Van Cleef | Oil on Polymer | 10 x 4 ft | £16,000

Lee Van Cleef | Oil on Polymer | 10 x 4 ft | £16,000

Godfather II

Godfather II

Bull Rodeo I

Bull Rodeo I

Muhammed Ali | Oil on Polymer | £8,500 |               This Muhammed Ali is from the 1996 "When We Were Kings" documentary of the fight between Ali and George Foreman in Zaire in 1974. Muhammed Ali wins this incredible fight against overwhelming odds. The painting is taken from a scene when he is training and the camera captures the determination in his eyes, and shows his mental strength and his faith - which lead him to an inspiring victory.

Muhammed Ali | Oil on Polymer | £8,500 | This Muhammed Ali is from the 1996 "When We Were Kings" documentary of the fight between Ali and George Foreman in Zaire in 1974. Muhammed Ali wins this incredible fight against overwhelming odds. The painting is taken from a scene when he is training and the camera captures the determination in his eyes, and shows his mental strength and his faith - which lead him to an inspiring victory.

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