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Windmills of my mind

Title: Windmills of my mind
Description: This is a panoramic (length 26.5 x width 9 inches) original impressionist watercolour painting of 5 windmills silhouetted against the sky adjacent to a dutch dyke (a great deal of Holland is below sea level). The scene is painted from a photograph taken at dawn as the sky lights up above the mist rising over the still water in the dyke. This painting will be supplied with a bevelled mount and a glazed black frame.
Size: 66x22cm
Format: Original artwork
Presentation: Framed
Medium: Watercolour
Genre: Impressionist, Landscape, Skyscape, World Culture
Colour: Black, blue, grey, pink
Keywords: Windmill, dawn, mist, impressionist, holland, dutch, dyke, water, skyscape, romance, tranquility, sunrise, black, pink, grey, blue, panoramic, water, silhouette
Delivery Details: Price includes delivery by Royal Mail Special Delivery to UK addresses. Postage outside UK will be
Price: £155.00
Status: For Sale

Artist Information

Name: Debbie Shawcross
Acceptable Payment Methods: PayPal and cheque.
Debbie Shawcross

Artist Biography:

Debbie Shawcross is self-taught artist who first began painting 8 years ago, having been inspired by her talented father who is a watercolour painter. By day, she is a Consultant Hepatologist on the Liver Unit at King's College Hospital but spends every free opportunity she can pursuing her passion for painting. She specialises in 'impressionist-style' watercolour and acrylic painting with a penchant for atmospheric landscapes and skies. London skyscapes including several of Tower Bridge have become one of her favourite signature paintings. She first exhibited her work at The Royal College of Physicians in July 2006 and has had subsequent exhibitions in 2008 and 2010. She frequently undertakes commissions including most recently 'Tower Bridge at Twilight', 'Tower Inferno', 'Moonlight Shadows' and 'Cherry Blossom' which are displayed in her gallery.

Artist News/Exhibitions:

14th Annual Art Exhibition at the Royal College of Physicians London Friday 30th July until Friday 13th August 2010.

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