All About Peter John Greenhill . Peter Greenhill is a self taught artist who started painting seriously in the 1960s. After a short but successful period as an amateur he was approached by a London agent and turned professional. In a short while his work was being exhibited worldwide notably in Los Angeles, Chicago and Japan.His work appears in the collections of a number of prominent persons including High Court Judges and MPs. He has 2 paintings hanging in the Royal Courts of Justice (The Old Bailey).His work has been published widely and he has had several tv appearances. One of his paintings was selected for the top of the Oxfam box of Christmas cards. Initially he lived and worked near Horncastle, Lincolnshire but eventually had to spend much time in London where his work was exhibited at Harrods and Selfridges at which places he did a number of public demonstrations. Peter has now retired to Lincolnshire where he spends his time painting in watercolours a medium which he finds enchanting and which has received much approbation. Peter delights in painting pictures of the countryside and the towns of this beautiful country of England, and the harbours and rivers of Cornwall where he is lucky enough to stay with his daughter.He also loves to paint all kinds of weather, especially after rain and cloudy skies. Locally, Two of Peter's larger landscapes in oil may be seen in the lounge of the Petwood Hotel in Woodhall Spa.