PAUL TAYLOR's Gallery
Gallery About the Artist
The Redemore was the original name of the site of the Battle of Bosworth. It is a marshy stretch of land adjacent to the Leicestershire villages of Dadlington and Stoke Golding. This is an atmospheric, personal interpretation of the setting. On the left of the painting is Dadlington Church, burial site of many of the fatalities of the historic battle. To the right is the taller spire of Stoke Golding church. The painting is on stretched canvas, with a narrow, painted edge (framing not needed).
The Girl At The Bar
This expressive street scene is painted in acrylics on canvas. The stretched canvas is 12ins x 10ins (305mm x 254mm x 17mm). A frame is not necessary unless desired. The edge is painted black. The combination of creams, dark red and white highlights create a very atmospheric and eye-catching painting. Thank you for looking.