Joe Scarborough Art
Four of Joe's most popular paintings now available as 500 piece jigsaws.
Made in England from 100% recycled board.
Joe's Corking Calendar
With great success of last years calendar, Joe has released the 2022 calendar with all new paintings featured.
Sheffield through the Ages
The painting took Joe six years to complete, and is designed as a visual walk through the city through time, starting in 1940.
Signed & Numbered
Limited Edition Prints
Are you ready to own a piece of Sheffield's history?
Don't burn the bugger!
Cook & Dine
Tea Towels, Aprons & Oven Gloves
You're invited to
An Evening with Joe Scarborough
Sheffield Town Hall
This event has been postponed until early next year, the date will be confirmed in the next few weeks.
Welcome to the official Joe Scarborough Art
Recognised and supported website by the artist himself.
Born 1938 in Pitsmoor, a district of Sheffield. Joe was brought up on a diet of National Dried Milk and the necessity of coupons for everything. Austerity, rock and roll and latterly service in the R.A.F. have been factors in his lifestyles and attitudes. His horizons are not the wide vistas of Nash or Constable, but the crazy chimney pot skylines of J.B. Priestley, The desire to paint is a conscious expression of his love for the Yorkshire culture, best expressed in the music hall like stories in the canvases,- the corner shop, chapel and works crisscrossed with railways and back streets. The scene is set for his tales of the 1950s.
An exclusive calendar from the famous Sheffield Artist, Joe Scarborough...whose art is inspired by the daily life of Sheffield folk.
January: Mr E.G. Summerskill General Trader
February: Cops, Robbers and Buffer Girls
March: The Tap Room
April: Rock n' Roll
May: English Steel
June: Fitzalan Street
July: Greasy Vear's Van
August: Black to Play
September: Waiting for the Royal Train
October: 'Coal', A Celebration
November: Trip to Cleethorpes
December: A Ringside View
||21cm x 29.7cm|
|Opened Dimensions (LxH)||29.7cm x 42cm|
Limited Edition Signed Prints
Jack & Joel
Joe was delighted to welcome Jack and Joel and their parents on board his floating studio on Saturday. The young men, both big fans of Joes work were allowed to see Joe working on his latest commission and Joe presented them with a signed print each to take away with them.
Winding Down? Not a bit of it!
Most folk in their 80s tend to slow down a bit, put their feet up and relax.Not Joe. Against the backdrop of completing the commission for the Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park, his work and social life are vibrant. Along with his weekly signing sessions, he spends time coordinating his contributions...
A glimpse into Joe's early days as a painter
Baking Day at 43 Fitzalan Street Those who know Joe would not describe him as an over sentimental or emotional man but our latest acquisition almost brought a tear to his eye. He saw the huge 30”x 40” painting and stood for a long moment with his hand over his mouth,...
Life in the Big Village with Joe
In this short film, we join Joe on a trip around the city to discover the inspiration behind his bold and colourful paintings.
The Arts Centre is currently ablaze with colour, thanks to an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Joe Scarborough.
Joe Scarborough is pulling in the crowds, breaking records at the city's Mappin Gallery.
"Meet the man they call the new Lowry"
The Sheffield Artist
Joe Scarborough Art
Born in Sheffield in 1938, Joe Scarborough is an artist most famous for bringing to life the everyday scenes of South Yorkshire, painting humorous depictions of Sheffield life. Originally hailing from Pitsmoor, an area to the North of Sheffield City Centre, Joe still lives in his hometown to this day on his much loved narrowboat.