Luke Martineau

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A Song for Tomorrow

Tremendous excitement about the forthcoming book A Song for Tomorrow, written by Alice Peterson and published on February 9th by Simon & Schuster. It is the story of my sister Alice Martineau, presented as a novel. It deals with Alice's extraordinary struggle against cystic fibrosis, her passion and humour, her love life, and her relentless pursuit of a record deal which she not only achieved- she was signed by Sony in 2002- but which was crowned with the release of her critically acclaimed pop album Daydreams in 2002. At the time of the release of Daydreams late in 2002 Alice was functioning...

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From Thames to Tiber

All the work is now in the gallery, and some sales have even happened already, so if you are interested in viewing the paintings before the exhibition please give Panter and Hall a call on 020 7399 9999 or drop into the gallery during opening hours, 10-6 daily or 11-2 on Saturdays. The most recent of the paintings on display in the exhibition are the series of Parisian views which I completed in March. I had a brilliant week staying in the very centre of Paris (rue de Rivoli, next to the Louvre) with fellow Chelsea Art Society members Louise Diggle, Alice Hall and Annie Wright. A lot of fun working...

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Struggling under the weight of 50 as yet unfinished paintings which I am trying to get ready for Panter and Hall in May, in the meantime I have been meaning to write something to celebrate the fabulous family time we had at Christmas up in North Wales. It is still, after so many Decembers on planet earth, a horrible surprise to find January waiting bleakly for you at the other end. And January 2016 is definitely really delivering on bleakness so far. Oh for those long sofa afternoons with log fire, TV and a glass of wine. One of many conversations had over claret was with my wife's cousin...

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