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Donkey Fun Days
This is an Original watercolour and ink Painting in this colourful distinctive style unique to this Artist. Painted on 140lb 300gsm Langton watercolour paper with Artists quality paints . This painting will be delivered flat and secure ready for framing. Please take a look at my other paintings here...
A watercolour painting of Bridlington, Yorkshire, England showing the Yorkshire Bell pleasure boat just leaving the harbour with it's passengers. It is available framed in a 16 x 12 inch brown frame with an inner gold line and a cream mount. It is also available unframed with or without the mount - just contact me if this is your choice.
Title, In passage An old fishing boat lays abandoned on the shingle beach of Dungeness in Kent. She's in passage to a point in time where she will no longer be recognisable as a boat but merely debris littering the beach and finally minute fragments between the stones. The seagull a passenger for a brief moment in the time of her journey. These boats need to be remembered .
Afternoon siesta of the street
Ref. A5 'The Brook'
Tower Bridge at Twilight
An impressionist-style waterclour of Tower Bridge and the London skyline at twilight with a steam barge and it's smokey steam setting the scene to the right of the foreground. Painted in just 3 colours: raw sienna, light red and french ultramarine. This was commissioned. I'm currently undertaking a similar painting for a client using acrylic on canvas and I'm happy to take similar commissions in waterclour or acrylic.
Thames barge at Chelsea wharf
A Thames barge is moored alongside a wharf at Chelsea in London, I took the photograph that I used for the painting in 1988, by then both the barge and the wharf had been outmoded for a long time, their purpose of use altered from being worked by occupation and commerce to becoming abodes to be lived in. Change didn't destroy them but it did destroy the ways of life they supported.