Oil Paintings

Oil paint came to popularity when public interest turned to realism during the Renaissance as it possesses qualities that can achieve high levels of detail and stunning effects of light and shade. Rembrandt was considered a master when it came to oil painting, and of course da Vinci used oils for his Mona Lisa, probably the most famous painting in the world.

As a slow-drying medium, oil paint also allows artists to work with the paint for longer and create effects such as blending or layering, sometimes changing the work completely. Palette knives and even rags are commonly used instead of a paintbrush to maximise its texture and pliability.

Whether you’re looking for a realistic landscape, impressionistic still life, or an imaginative abstract, you’re sure to find something you love in our collection of oil paintings.

X Oil Painting
30.5cm (W) x 40.5cm (H)
oil on canvas
40cm (W) x 50cm (H)
oil and gold leaf on primed stretched canvas
50cm (W) x 50cm (H)
Oils on primed stretched canvas, painted around the sides.
51cm (W) x 41cm (H)
Oil on stretched canvas frame.
60.5cm (W) x 40cm (H)
Oil on MDF board
30cm (W) x 30cm (H)
oil paint on stretched canvas ready to hang
20.5cm (W) x 25.5cm (H)
oil on gessoed masonite panel
20.5cm (W) x 25.5cm (H)
oil on gessoed masonite panel
26cm (W) x 21cm (H)
oil on gessoed masonite panel
55cm (W) x 71cm (H)
Oil and pencil on linen
150cm (W) x 75cm (H)
Oil paint on quality gallery wrapped canvas
182cm (W) x 122cm (H)
Oil Paint On Professional Stretched Canvas by exhibiting artist John Graham
76cm (W) x 50cm (H)
oil on canvas
1700cm (W) x 640cm (H)
Oil on canvas
25.5cm (W) x 30.5cm (H)
Oil on Canvas
60cm (W) x 45cm (H)
oil on streched canvas
41cm (W) x 50cm (H)
study in oil on primed stretched canvas
41cm (W) x 50cm (H)
oil on stretched canvas.
40cm (W) x 40cm (H)
Oil paints on stretched canvas.
21cm (W) x 30cm (H)
Oil on light Paper