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A Mothers Love
A heart warming emotional painting depicting a mothers love. The warm colours give a feeling of warm glow symbolising love and the white dress symbolising the purity and unconditional love of a mother. Here a mother and daughter gaze lovingly into each other eyes. This painting has been varnished with gloss for protection and has been signed in the bottom corner by the artist. The painting continues over the sides so it may be hung without a frame. The painting has been wired at the back ready to be hung onto the wall. This painting will be carefully packed into a custom made box and will b delivered by a tracked courier within 3 working days.
Ref. A5 'The Brook'
Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
I have painted this grand church called the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona in watercolours on watercolour paper after visiting it about 18 months ago. It was designed by Gaudi and is a favourite tourist attraction. I was overwhelmed by its majesty and grandeur. It is available framed in a wooden 18 x 14 inch frame with a gold finish for £165. It is also available mounted for £135 or unmounted for £115. Please contact me if you would like it in one of these alternatives.
"MIMOSA IN BLUE VASE
This is a colourful and realistic, highly detailed painting of sprigs of Mimosa in an old blue vase. It brings the warmth of the south of France into the home. It is painted on a standard depth stretched canvas and is set in a contemporary white tray frame measuring 48cm x 48 cm x 35 mm overall.
CHINA TOWN GATE
A Chinatown, a place where a vast majority of the people who live there are Asian (not always Chinese. China Town as a "Chinese enclave", is defined as "... any small, distinct area or [Chinese] group enclosed or isolated within a larger [Non-Chinese] group." The development of most Chinatowns typically starts with mass migration to an area having zero or very few Chinese. China Town Gate always appeared at China Town in every part of the world. China town gate called as A Paifang牌坊, also known as a pailou, is a traditional style of Chinese architectural arch or gateway structure that is related to the Indian Torana from which it is derived. Paifangs come in a number of forms. One form involves placing wooden pillars onto stone bases, which are bound together with wooden beams. This type of paifang is always beautifully decorated, with the pillars usually painted in red, the beams decorated with intricate designs and Chinese calligraphy, and the roof covered with coloured tiles, complete with mythical beastsjust like a Chinese palace. Another form of paifang is in the form of true archways made of stone or bricks; the walls may be painted, or decorated with coloured tiles; the top of the archways are decorated like their wooden counterparts. Yet another form of paifang, built mainly on religious and burial grounds, consists of plain white stone pillars and beams, with neither roof tiles nor any coloured decoration, but feature elaborate carvings created by master masons.