Keith Noble, deceased

Keith Noble, deceased

Born in Chorley, Lancashire in 1949 and Keith has, in one way or another been involved in art all his life. After studying Graphic Design and Illustration at Bolton and Blackpool Colleges of Art he worked in Manchester, Coventry and finally London as a Designer/Illustrator, progressing to Art Director and then Creative Director and co-owing a successful London design and illustration studio. Keith left commercial art in 1994 to further a full-time career in fine art. He describes himself as ‘a modern traditional painter in watercolour and oils, represented throughout the UK by various galleries.’ Keith was elected as an associate of the RBSA in 2012, and a member in 2013. His work has been accepted on many occasions by most of the open exhibitions and he has written articles for several art magazines and won awards for both watercolour and oil paintings. Elected full Member of the RSMA 2007 and President of Ludlow Art Society. Keith does accept commissions. He paints houses, churches and architectural structures in watercolour and oil in sizes from A5 upwards. Prices for unframed pieces start from £600.