This painting used to hang in the boardroom of Scottish and Newcastle Breweries and is typical of a busy night in a Spennymoor pub in the 50s and 60s... [Read More]
Berriman’s Chip Van is another of Norman’s iconic images reflecting the cultural landscape of a by-gone era. The chip van was restored several years... [Read More]
Eddy’s Fish Shop was another focal point in the community and a frequent subject in themes repeated by Norman on many occasions.
Norman walked this road from his front door in Bishops Close Street to the Dean and Chapter Colliery at Ferryhill, a distance of three miles each... [Read More]
This oil painting of Mount Pleasant, Low Spennymoor represents a typical Durham mining town in the 1950s. Dean and Chapter Colliery can be seen in... [Read More]
This huge painting was only discovered as a ‘rolled up’ canvas two years ago when Norman’s studio was being prepared for transfer to Beamish Museum... [Read More]
This oil painting depicts a typical street scene in a North East mining community during the 1940s and 1950s.