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Eileen Feeding Squirrel

Help us to show the Soper art to the world

The Soper Collection, being the largest collected works of Soper family art and also home to a wide variety of memorabilia, paints a detailed historical picture of the artists from the late 19th century through wartime Britain and into the 20th century.

By creating a permanent home for The Collection, The Centre will be like no other, providing public access to the little known, but much revered, genius of the Soper family. Artists, children and art, history and wildlife-lovers alike will be able to learn from the work of true masters of their craft. Artists who, at their very core, were experts in expressing the life and movement of the natural world.

But we need your help to get there…

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We cannot now go forward on this actual site but we are exploring other possibilities.

Images of Spring – Paintings by George and by Eileen including 6 Nature Plates illustrating Enid Blyton’s Nature Readers.

The wonderfully varied art work of George and Eileen Soper covers all the seasons.

  1. The Friendly Robin – Eileen Soper
  2. Down Willow Way – Eileen Soper
  3. The Queen Who Wanted a New Dress – Eileen Soper
  4. The Wonderful Carpet – Eileen Soper
  5. Cows wading in the river – George Soper
  6. Cows grazing at dawn – George Soper
  7. The Big Top – George Soper
  8. Studies of flowers (Alpines) – George Soper
  9. Song Thrush and its Nest – Eileen Soper
  10. Fledgling Willow Warblers – Eileen Soper
  11. The Morning Song – Eileen Soper
  12. Young Spotted Flycatchers – Eileen Soper
  13. The Birds go to School – Eileen Soper
  14. The Strange Bird – Eileen Soper

Discover More…

See our fundraising total and find out how you can donate on our fundraising page.

Provided the project succeeds and the venture reaches fruition, all contributors will be invited to become founder donors of this project and you will also be invited to join us on our opening night!



Join us on our exciting journey to provide a permanent, public home for the works of the Soper family.

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