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Moonlight over Derwent Water
This is an \'impressionist style\' watercolour painting (painted wet on wet) of a scene of moonlight lighting up the shoreline of Derwent Water in the Lake District with a moored rowing boat in the foreground balancing the picture. Painted on paper 200lbs (425g/m2). Signed and dated by the artist: D Shawcross 2010. This painting will be mounted and framed to suit the purchasers requirements.
An impressionist-style panoramic watercolour of a fictional seascape. Signed and dated by the artist: D Shawcross 2007. Comes framed ready for hanging. Frame: 25mm wide cushion shaped silver coloured picture frame moulding. Made from real pine wood with a distressed/leaf finish with acrylic safety glazing. Single white mount 55mm diameter.
Grand Canal Venice
Cross reference steer
COLOURED VELVET (Original Watercolour)
Abstract Watercolour 5.8 x 8.3 inches (A5) unframed and unmounted. Includes Poem on coloured card. check out my website and sign up for free email art alerts at originalartdirect.org The price is unframed, unmounted but If you'd like it in a Black Box Frame it will be Â£79 altogether for UK customers. International customers can purchase it from my website as prices there include international delivery Just message me to choose a mount colour. COLOURED VELVET Smooth, plush, textured and bumpy, velvet can be smooth or velvet can be lumpy, made into curtains, thick and warm or covering sofas that it adorns; with coloured velvet my needs are met; in stately homes it stands the test of time and I love what it does to mine!
Poppies near Argenteuil (after Monet)
Another of my Monet versions. Monet and the other Impressionists visited Argenteuil, a small town(then) north west of Paris on the banks of the river Seine. The figures in the bottom right corner of the painting are of Monet's first wife Camille and their son Jean. Monet decided to repeat these figure on the top of the hill to the left of the painting. They are different in appearance so as not to confuse the viewer. As before this painting is not for sale, but I am happy to paint it again for you should you wish.
Stormy Poppies lll
A storm aproaching,the skies and sea are grey. The grasses and poppies are starting to blow in the wind.. The waves are gathering pace and stand out from the canvas as do the poppies. I have used high quality canvas and oil paints to create this scene which is based on some memories from holidays in Wales.. It comes ready to hang although I have left the edges of the painting white. Delivery on Mainland UK is free
Ravenscar, famous for it's seal population, is a small village on the Yorkshire coast near Whitby. This painting shows the influence of Edward Seago (a British 20th century landscape artist from Norfolk) with it's stormy clouds and shading on the landscape. It is the influence of Seago to paint, as he did, on board to achieve a smooth finish whilst still able to paint in a impasto style.
An original watercolour of a yacht sailing into the sunset in Grenada, West Indies [The Spice Island] in December 2010. The clouds were spectacular lighting up in a rainbow of pastel colours as the Trade Winds blew them across the horizon. This painting will come single mounted and framed to suit customer requirements.
LAYERS AND LINES
Original Abstract Watercolour (unframed and unmounted) A5 size (5.8 x 8.3 inches) Will be sent flat. Includes Poem printed on Coloured card to compliment the Artwork: LAYERS AND LINES Thereâs patterns to find in layers and lines; each one is one of a kind; hang it this way, hang it that, find something interesting â but I wonât eat my hat! It was based on nature & a waterfall but you may see something else â thatâs your call! The price is unframed, unmounted but If you'd like it in a Black Box Frame it will be Â£89 altogether for UK customers, International customers can buy from my website where the price includes international delivery. Just message me to choose a mount colour. Check out my website for more Art with Poetry and sign up for my Free New Art Alerts and/or email newsletters at originalartdirect.org