Thérèse Lawlor

Town hall silhouetted against the moon
(Room 11)
Collage of a sculpture of a lion
(Room 11)
Rows of allotment sheds and clutter
(Room 10)

195. Harvest Moon over Reading Town Hall, Mixed media woven collage, 40 x 50cm, £125 framed

196. Autumn in The Forbury Gardens by the Maiwand Lion, Mixed media woven collage, 30 x 40cm, £125 Wall ready, mounted on box frame canvas

197. A Natter of Sheds at Bulmershe Allotment, Mixed media piece in concertina book 104 x 44cm, original NFS, Giclee prints available, 52 x 22cm £30 unframed


Shopfronts on the high street
(Room 1)
Shopfronts on the high street
(Room 1)
Shopfronts on the high street
(Room 1)

134. A spot of shopping in Broad Street (c 1901), Mixed media, 54 x 43cm, £75

135. The butcher, the baker the candlestick maker (31–34 Broad Street c 1901), Mixed Media, 56 x 29cm, NFS

136. Now that's a real shopping experience (27–31 Broad Street c 1901), Mixed media, 56 x 29cm, NFS


Building at night in the snow
(Room 2)
People in front of colourful market stalls
(Room 5)
River boat on the canal with buildings and trees behind
(Room 7)

10. Moonlit Reading School on a snowy evening, Mixed media, 52 x 43cm, £200

11. Wednesday's Street Food in Market Place, Mixed Media, 52 x 43cm, £150

12. Old and New by the Canal, Oil pastel, 52 x 43cm, £100


Thérèse has lived in Reading for over 30 years and uses the town as inspiration for her work. She spent some happy hours in Reading's reference library finding examples of Reading from early photographs and has turned some of these into a 'concertina' sketchbook of the town. Many of the scenes captured become greeting cards with the history of the place on the back. Some of her work has represented Reading with its twin town of Dusseldorf and she has been commissioned to depict many local buildings for promotions or as presents. She is very happy to discuss commissions.


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For more about the artist, see RGA Gallery page: Thérèse Lawlor