Buildings of Kent book available for booksellers

Copies of Roger’s fourth book, Buildings of Kent, are available for booksellers. Please email roger [at] rogerfitzgerald [dot] com for more information.

This 72-page work features dozens of paintings and drawings of Kent’s finest buildings, and seven chapters of text commentary. Its registered retail price is £12.95.

All artist’s profits from sales of paintings, limited edition prints and books will be donated to the charity Pancreatic Cancer UK – which provided Roger, and us, so much support.

Roger’s final paintings go on show in Kent

Old High Street, Folkestone, 2021

Roger’s family is pleased to announce the opening of “Buildings of Kent”: an exhibition of his final paintings, and the launch of his new book bearing the same name.

Head to Grierson Galleries in Cranbrook from today, 17 September 2022, until 15 October to see 30 works, and for the opportunity to buy original pieces, limited edition prints, and books old and new by Roger.

This batch of paintings was made during the final 18 months of his life, while he underwent chemotherapy. Roger continued creating art with his usual steadfast determination.

Warehouses, Faversham, 2021

They capture many beautiful scenes from across the county which he called home for nearly 30 years, from Knole House to the lighthouses of Dungeness.

Characterful streetscapes, seafronts and sturdy castles are all depicted in this beautiful showcase and accompanying book, priced at just £10.00.

All artist’s profits from sales of paintings, limited edition prints and books will be donated to the charity Pancreatic Cancer UK – which provided Roger, and us, so much support.

Please note that the exhibition is open from Wednesdays to Saturdays until 15 October. For more information, please head to the Grierson Galleries website here.

Roger’s fourth book, Buildings of Kent

Sad news from Roger’s family

Our beloved Roger died on 6 July 2022 after undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer.

His final book, “Buildings of Kent” is due for publication later this year.

This is set to be accompanied by an exhibition, with details to follow in due course.

Please note that sales of other works are paused for the time being.

Please keep checking back on his Etsy website – where all sales will resume at a later date.


I have now opened a shop on Etsy:

Several paintings of New York (and some of London and Sevenoaks) are now available to purchase.

Copies of my books, “Buildings of London” and “Buildings of New York” – are also available through the Etsy shop.

Meatpacking District, New York
Meatpacking District, New York in acrylic and ink

South East Open Studios 2020: cancelled, but …

…I am selling limited edition prints of my painting of Sevenoaks, featuring some of architectural highlights of the town (see below). The edition is limited to 100 copies and half of these will be for sale by the Sevenoaks Society. £50 each, unframed. Please email me on for further details.

Some of the architectural highlights of Sevenoaks, Kent

Roger featured in June 2020 edition of ‘Kent Life’

Article in ‘Kent Life’, June 2020

New painting of Sevenoaks, Kent

Inspired by “Sevenoaks – A Remarkable Town”, I’ve produced this image to showcase some of the best buildings and places in the town.

With all the Coronavirus restrictions in place it looks like I’m going to be seeing a lot more of Sevenoaks over the next few weeks/months.

Some of the architectural highlights of Sevenoaks, Kent

South East Open Studio

The Vine Cricket Ground, Sevenoaks, one of the oldest in the country.

As part of South East Open Studios, my gallery will be open from 2-5 pm on 15 and 16 June.

The exhibition will focus on paintings produced for my book “Buildings of New York” and also feature some new images of Sevenoaks.

The top image is of The Vine: the first recorded game of cricket took place here in 1734.

The southern portion of the High Street has the oldest buildings, enhanced by the enticing curve of the street.

The West Front of Knole House

4 Vine Court Road, once home to Sevenoaks Prep School

Famous because Jane Austen stayed here with her great uncle – and considered the finest house on the High Street in Sevenoaks

New York paintings feature in Grierson Gallery, Sevenoaks

A new exhibition opens tomorrow (Saturday 10 February 18) at the Grierson Gallery on Sevenoaks High Street.  A third of the display will be devoted to a selection of my paintings of New York.  All artwork is for sale, and copies of “Buildings of New York” will be available at a special exhibition discount.

This painting in acrylic, ink and collage of the Guggenheim Museum is one of twelve paintings being exhibited and available to purchase.

Buildings of New York paintings for sale

The original artwork for Roger’s latest book “Buildings of New York” is available to purchase now: see catalogue and email if a painting is of interest to you.


New York Paintings Catalogue update 20 Nov 2017

“Buildings of New York” – publication autumn 2017

Following publication of “Buildings of London” in 2016, Roger is now working on “Buildings of New York” for publication in Autumn 2017.

10x10Brixton for Article 25

“Buildings of London” exhibition, June 2016

The last chance to view the original paintings produced for Roger’s new book on the “Buildings of London” is next weekend, 18 and 19 June.

His studio is open 11.00am – 5.00 pm on Saturday and Sunday 18/19 June.  Some of the paintings have sold…but many are still available to buy, prices £100 – £500.

A free copy of the book (RRP £12.95) with every painting sold.

Following the exhibition paintings will be dispersed into private art collections so this is the last chance to see all the paintings together.

Over 50 original paintings on display and most for sale, £100 – £500.

Review of “Buildings of London” in Dexigner: