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Footprints In The Snow
A stunning sunset winter landscape painting. A couple enjoys a peaceful walk leaving footprints behind in the snow as the sun sets. This painting has been varnished with gloss for protection and has been signed by the artist in the bottom corner. The painting continues over the sides so it may be hung onto the wall without the need for a frame. The painting will be carefully packed into a custom made box to be delivered within 2 working days. Comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Autumn Dreams 4
An Autumn landscape painting full of autumnal colours. The painting has been signed in the corner by the artist and has been varnished with gloss for protection. The canvas is of high quality and has been wired at the back, ready to be hung onto the wall. This artwork can also be framed if wished. The painting will come with a certificate of authenticity and will be carefully packed in a cardboard box with protection paper and bubble wrap to ensure safe delivery. Delivery will be made within 2 working days within the UK and within a week outside the UK. Original artwork with signed Certificate of Authenticity
Bluebell Symphony - a very large oil painting of a Spring Woodland
Bluebell symphony is very large original oil painting on canvas (48x48 inches) of a Spring woodland painted in a semi abstract, impressionist style. As it is a large painting, it gives the viewer the feeling that they can walk into this golden Spring wood with its bluebells and wildflowers and green trees and follow the sunlight path out to the fields beyond. A glowing yellow stag can be seen near the path looking at us imperiously as stags do. He is a guide to somewhere wonderful but is assessing our intentions before he leads us forward. In the foreground to the left is a large tree which sets the perspective for the rest of the painting. The bluebell flowers and leaves are painted in a semi abstract style which by their colours and positions hint at what they are but in an ambiguous way. This is because when I painted this it was from memory and I remember impressions and colours and motions but not details. I like it this way as it gives a transient feel which is what I wanted to capture here as that is what bluebell season is. For many people it is their favourite season (including mine) and I am happy to have painted a place where I can escape to a Spring woodland among the trees and flowers whenever I have had enough of an English winter... It is 1.5 inches think, edges white, frame not necessary, ready to hang.
30x40x1.5 inches red forest calls is a red oil painting made in a vari
30x40x1.5 inches red forest calls is a red oil painting made in a variety of rich reds, crimson, scarlet, yellow and purple. It is painted in art nouveau slightly abstract style and shows a red deer stag deep in a red forest while above and behind him some female deer call to him from the edge of the trees. There is a tentative message in this - females being the voice of reason when males get riled up maybe? but mostly it was painted because I love deer, I love red and I love deep dark forests. It is painted on deep edge canvas and the edges are also red. Framing not necessary.
An unusual shape canvas,but it works well for the subject ..You can almost see the poppies moving in the gentle breeze.. I have used high quality oils on an hexagon shape canvas. All of the sides are painted and it has been varnished to protect it. Reduced by £45 It is strung and ready to hang.
October Glows - an autumn wood abstract painting
A 30x30 woodland path abstract landscape painting in rainbow colours. This painting was painted after a walk I took near Glyndebourne in East Sussex. It was a beautiful clear autumn day and the path was lined with trees glowing yellow, red, purple and green in the low autumn sun. This path led up to a steeper path that eventually goes to the top of the South Downs. I tried to capture my impression of the place in an abstract, possibly expressionist style using very thick wet oil paint and I worked into (wet into wet) over the course of two days. I wanted to capture the low angle of the sun and the impression of the light through the leaves picking out glimpses of ivy on the ancient trees, ferns and leaves in autumn golds and greens. I was very pleased with the result as it gives a satisfying flavour of the scene and how I felt being there rather than trying to be traditionally realistic. I love paths such as these as I always imagine something fantastic being about to be discovered just around the corner. Sometimes I am rewarded with a glimpse of a deer or fox but usually a view through trees to another world keeps me very happy.