Autumn in Nonsuch Park – Print


This oil painting is full of texture and colour and inspired by the beautiful Nonsuch Park in Ewell, Surrey. It is available to buy as a limited edition print.



Autumn in Nonsuch Park

Nonsuch Park in Cheam/Ewell is beautiful all year round but expecially in Autumn.It is fairly local to me so somewhere I walk with Tilly once a week.

My Inspiration for my painting

It was easy for me to produce  a  landscape painting of Nonsuch Park.  Nonsuch Park is such a beautiful park in the boroughs of Epsom and Ewell and the London borough of Sutton. It is one of my favourite walks a few miles away from where I live. Henry VIII  built Nonsuch Palace to use as his hunting lodge for the nearby Hampton Court in 1538. It provides me with much inspiration for my paintings including my ‘ Lone Tree at Nonsuch’.  It is a large park to walk around and recently I came across another part called Warren Farm.  I often use it for inspiration and created several paintings of Warren Farm meadow in 2020. This part of the park is managed by The Woodland Trust and they have create a gorgeous meadow in the summer that has wild planting to attract wildlife.  

Additional information


15x15cm, 20x20cm, 30x30cm, A4, 80x80cm canvas print