Crossing the Ribble Gift Puzzle

Stephen Warnes

At Helworth Bridge in the early 1960s, the Thames-Clyde Express speeds through Upper Ribblesdale en route from Settle to Carlisle. She’s hauled by the 4-6-0 Royal Scot class 46113 ‘Cameronian’.

Stephen Warnes was born and brought up in north east Lancashire. He completed his very first painting at the age of six and hasn’t stopped since! His passion for railways developed between the ages of eight and fifteen and coincided with the end of the great age of steam.

Stephen was elected a full member of the Guild of Railway artists in 1994 and he has exhibited nationally at the GRA’s ‘Railart’ exhibitions.

This 500 piece jigsaw is packaged in a smart, compact box – the perfect gift for an avid puzzler! As with all Gibsons jigsaws, the beautifully illustrated pieces are made from the highest quality 100% recycled board and are therefore a pleasure to work with again and again.

Details

  • High quality 500 piece jigsaw puzzle
  • Puzzle size 34x49cm when complete
  • Made from thick, durable puzzle board that is 100% recycled
  • Folded print included in the box

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Artist Profile

Stephen Warnes

Over the years, Stephen Warnes has gained a reputation for producing accessible modern painting. The 'Living North' Fine Art Directory says this about his work:

"The sheer scope of this artist's ouput is quite remarkable! Intricate and fascinating social histories; Surrealist and Expressionist imaginative works; some of Britain's finest railway art; dazzling, light-filled landscapes - even poetry and songwriting!!

As well as a high level of technical skill, Stephen has an Honours degree in the Theory and History of Art and in recent years has held public exhibitions that have proved genuinely popular with a very wide cross-section of people.

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