Art et Facts commissioned Campbell in late 2012 to paint this piece.  

We are selling prints of this painting which are exclusive to Art et Facts.  The picture shows the Trambuster robot destroying the Edinburgh Trams which for many people in Edinburgh will bring about a bit of humor to the situation. 


Signed Limited Edition and Pencil Remarked Print 

Paper size:        approx 18” high x 12½” wide

Image size:        approx 13¼” high x 10¼” wide

Framed price £95

Read article from Evening News Here.

Below are some of the prints we currently have:

Although this is an open edition, each print has a unique pencil remarque drawing in the border and is signed by the artist.

Born in 1956 in Surrey, Raymond Campbell was convinced even as a schoolboy that he could make painting his way of life.  Gifted with a natural ability he has worked consistently towards achieving his goal. 

During the last ten years he has exhibited in group exhibitions at home and abroad and he has been successful at the prestigious Summer Exhibition held at the Royal Academy.  His exhibitions are enormously popular and for many years have been total sell outs.

Campbell’s career has gone from strength to strength since the late 1970’s when he returned to the UK after studying and travelling through Europe.  He was heavily influenced by the great Dutch masters who inspired him to paint in the Flemish tradition.  He has now developed his own individual style that is widely recognised and greatly admired.

Raymond recently held his first solo exhibition in Australia when he found new collectors appreciating his vivid still life oils.  Over the years he has assembled a collection of interesting items both old and new which he periodically includes to great effort in his paintings.  Silver porcelain, champagne bottles and clocks all sit well amongst the mouth watering array of fresh foods and have become highly recognisable features of his paintings.

Raymond Campbell Commissions.

We are happy to commission Ray to paint your favourite food and beverages into a painting.

Please contact us for further details.

  Some previous works by Campbell: