When he isn't busy writing, C.J. Carter-Stephenson can often be found roaming the galleries and streets of the world, immersing himself in the imaginings of artists past and artists present. Each piece is a wonder in itself, but also a source of inspiration. In this section of the website, you can peruse a few of the highlights. There is no rhyme or reason to the pieces selected, beyond the fact that they they have all moved him in some way, though in terms of the gallery pieces, it has not been possible to draw on anything truly contemporary because of copyright complications. Use the plan below to navigate...

Traditional Art

Queen of the Night Relief (British Museum).
Judith with the Head of Holofernes - Francesco Cairo (John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art).
Judith - Charles Landelle (Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum).
Magic Circle - John William Waterhouse (Tate Britain).
The Lady of Shalott - John William Waterhouse (Tate Britain).
Saint Eulalia - John William Waterhouse (Tate Britain).
Saint John the Baptist - Leonardo da Vinci (Musée du Louvre)
Virgin of the Rocks - Leonardo da Vinci (National Gallery).

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Modern Art

Street Art

Via Fra Albenzio, Rome
Via Fra Albenzio, Rome.
Can Mora, Barcelona.
Leake Street, London - February 2014.
Zurich House, Portsmouth.
Kensington Street, Brighton.
Leake Street, London - February 2017.

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