ERNEST SENIOR

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In a perfect fusion of classic art and cutting edge technology, we present Ernest. The image of Ernest was lifted from Joes painting, ROBERT SORBY & SON and...

GEORGE CUNNINGHAM ARCHIVE

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IN 2018, Entrepreneur, Steve Eyre, purchased the archive of the late George Cunningham, one of Sheffield’s most popular and respected artists.

The big house at Wentworth

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After four months of what Joe describes as a labour of love, the commissioned painting of Wentworth Woodhouse is finally complete.

Northern General Hospital

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Joe was approached by volunteers of the hospital if he could provide two pieces of art for their newly renovated waiting room. 

Joe in the USA?

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We are excited to announce that Joes representatives were approached by and have been in discussions with, a prominent gallery in Manhattan, interested in staging an exhibition to...

Is Joe Scarborough the new Lowry?

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Is Joe Scarborough the new Lowry? This is a question being discussed in art circles by critics and collectors alike.Joe is flattered by comparison to a man he...

PORTLAND WORKS “Joes favourite”

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Joe Scarborough was asked recently which of his painting gave him the most pleasure last year, he replied, “Portland Works, without a doubt. The whole experience was a joy....

Life in the big village

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First the numbers. Around 50,000 people visited the Weston Park Museum to enjoy over 75 paintings representing and celebrating 60 years of Joes life as one of England’s most respected and...

Joe Scarborough/Def Leppard: SUPERHERO TEAM UP!

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Many thanks to Rick and all the Def Leppard guys for their support on the “Portland Works” Commission completed by Joe last year to help raise funds for the...

Joe Scarborough’s painting of ‘The Big Walk’ completes its journey

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October 2015 - the idea for a painting was born. Jane Riberzani, a former member of staff at the University’s English Language Teaching Centre, had sadly died of...