Beryl Cook

by Beryl Cook (British Artist, Using a paintbox set bought for her by her son in her forties, discovered a gift for painting. She has since gone on to become one of Britains favourite painters, with her humerous 'snapshots' of British life.

.Beryl Cook

In the library Reading the newspaper Reading Sunday papers Poetry reading, 1982 Elviras cafe Togetherness, 1976 Beryl .

Beryl Cook

In pictures: See a selection of works, including three of her final paintings, from Beryl Cook, the artist who achieved fame for her bold, unpretentious portrayals of ordinary people

Beryl Cook (British, 1926–2008)  "Ladies of the Watchtower", 1973   ~  'I don't often paint from sheer malice, but this was an exception........these two Jehovah's Witness campaigners were always coming to the door and pestering me.'

Hand-Painted oil painting reproduction of Beryl Cook Ladies of the Watchtower for sale,museum quality painting, oil on canvas

Beryl Cook

Beryl Cook "Beryl Cook, September 1926 – 28 May was an English artist best known for comical paintings of people.

Beryl Cook (British, 1926–2008) "Staircase"

A Beryl of Laughs! A tribute to the life-affirming 'fat ladies' painter Beryl Cook