In Memory of Jonathan Myles-Lea (1969-2021). An artist devoted to beauty & Britain. R.I.P.

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knoxieman
knoxieman
2 months ago

I love the fact he painted a fire for the fireplace, lovely man, so very sad x

English Sailor
English Sailor
2 months ago

RIP, lovely chap.

LadyOfShalott
LadyOfShalott
2 months ago

Such heartbreaking news. James Delingpole made this public a few days’ ago, and I struggled to believe it – 52 is no age. His work was so beautiful. I’m so, so sorry.

Colin U
Colin U
2 months ago

Well said Peter , I too enjoyed hearing Jonathan's views on our culture . He will indeed be sadly missed .

Billy Wakefield
Billy Wakefield
2 months ago

I was only singing hes praises a few days ago ,this is sad news

Michy
Michy
2 months ago

Beautifully said Peter!

silver puma
silver puma
2 months ago

What a loss. I am moved by this sad news. Such a decent and honest man, there are very few like him in the public sphere today.

Shaun Patrick O'Jameson
Shaun Patrick O'Jameson
2 months ago

He fought back by making the world more beautiful. An astute and talented man who valued his culture and was taken from it far too soon.

I discovered him through yours and James Delingpole's podcasts, and am very grateful.

Sharon Farrelly
Sharon Farrelly
2 months ago

This is so very sad, great man, great painter. Listening to this interview this year gave me hope as a Artist, he was so refreshing, and his work was great. So sad to hear this news.

Per Person
Per Person
2 months ago

This is just sad. Great chap.
RIP.

steveecee1
steveecee1
2 months ago

R.I.P. Jonathan. Will be sadly missed

David JJ Dyer
David JJ Dyer
2 months ago

Delightful man, wonderful interview.
Best wishes to Jonathans friends and family.
xxxxxx

Hitchslap
Hitchslap
2 months ago

Gosh. I'm learning about this man for the first time I'm sorry to say. I'm only 5 minutes into this discussion and I'm already sad for what we've lost.

Mental Lentil
Mental Lentil
2 months ago

So sad- it was a great interview , and 52 is no age .

DMC
DMC
2 months ago

He looks so well here full of life and the will to live :sleep well Johnathan ,

John Parry
John Parry
2 months ago

What a loss of a great man Who will fight for the art galleries and museums for us now so sad. RIP

mark dufour
mark dufour
2 months ago

Truly, the good die young. RIP Jonthan.

asturianaenmuros
asturianaenmuros
2 months ago

So sad to hear of the death of such a charming and gifted man. Thank you for repeating the interview, which was one of your best, in my opinion.

Karen Sims
Karen Sims
2 months ago

A sad loss indeed. Thank you Peter for reminding us with this lovely interview what a wonderful man he was.

Soozie Snake
Soozie Snake
2 months ago

Very sad news.
He was an amazing artist, beautiful work.

raspberry treacle
raspberry treacle
2 months ago

So sorry to hear this. A cliche I know but his Art will live on

cyborg1320
cyborg1320
2 months ago

Yes, he was inspiring

dean edge
dean edge
2 months ago

ave vale atque

Sean Smart
Sean Smart
2 months ago

Everyone is dying so young these days. RIP.

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