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Welcome to the gorgeous new Autumn issue of Surrey Magazine. We have more writers, superb images and an informed take on luxury, fashion, travel, beauty, schools, events and craftsmanship in Surrey.
Whilst we are primarily a local magazine, we will also be celebrating diversity, exciting cultures, global innovation and mind expanding travel.
We are lucky to live in one the of most beautiful areas in Great Britain and Surrey Magazine will continue to celebrate this. We will champion all those creating great new businesses, products, events, technology, experiences, services, craftsmanship, fine dining and entertainment.
So please get in touch if you would like to present something of interest to our readers.
Browse over to our contents page to see the full list of features and events Surrey Magazine has to offer.
There are a lot of changes going on in the world and building bridges has always been a wiser use of resources than building walls, so we aim to do just that by celebrating our community and bringing you the best of everything, to inform and entertain, share and promote, but most of all to bring us all together with a sprinkling of luxury and a touch of humour.
Yves de Contades
Editor in Chief
3 hours ago
SURREY MAGAZINE ART UPDATES
As part of John Nicholson’s (www.johnnicholsons.com) Fine Paintings Auction on 27th November, look out for a lovely collection of seven works by Edward Wesson. They have been consigned by a family who knew the artist, who they knew as ‘Ted’. Many are of local views.
Attached are three images of the works.
Edward Wesson (1910-1983) British. “View of the Blacksmiths Arms, Adversane, Sussex”, with Figures in the foreground, Watercolour, Signed, and Inscribed on a label on the reverse, 12.5” x 19.5”. Provenance: Gallery Thirty Three, Sussex.
Image 2 Edward Wesson (1910-1983) British. “Delphinium & Campanula”, Still Life with Flowers in a Vase, Oil on Board, Signed, 24” x 18”.
Edward Wesson (1910-1983) British. “Gomshall Mill & Post Office”, Oil on Board, Signed and Dated ‘Oct 66’, and Inscribed on the reverse, 18” x 24”.
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