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Hearth £500 or best offer.
This painting is on a stretched standard depth canvas currently framed with a float frame which sets it off perfectly. The dark areas in the photo are reflecting a fair bit of light through the layers and glazes of deep blues,greens and browns. In situ and diffuse natural light these areas are much blacker and only hints of detail and colour are visible. Please contact me with any questions, offers and to discuss purchase and delivery. Thank you for looking Oliver
Going Elsewhere - a winter landscape with crows
A large 36 x 48 x 1.5 inches semi abstract original oil painting of a winter landscape. Two crows fly high above the winter trees and the rookery below them. Through the trees can be seen frosty fields, a river, hills and maybe the sea or a lake beyond. The trees have the suggestion of magnolia or other pink blossom on them. The crows are not quite of this world and the entire landscape shimmers and seems to dissolve slightly as you look at it. It was painted after walking along the South Downs near Kingston. Crows are constant companions when you walk in England. Almost as if they are keeping an eye on you. I am fond of them but also find them quite mysterious. It would not surprise me if they can flip from one dimension to another - hence the title of the painting. Deep edge canvas, edges white, frame not needed.