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The March Hare
The beautiful March Hare, wonderfully alert darting across the fields. Recreating the movement of this amazing animal from photo to canvas was challenging but great fun, while making sure to capture his stunning, excitable wide eyes and multi-shaded coat. Painted in oils on boxed canva no need to frame.
Whitby Tate Pier
The ever popular resort of Whitby on the East Coast of Yorkshire, England showing a picturesque view of the Tate Pier and Sands with a few boats moored up at low tide. It is painted on a 12x9x1 1/2inch canvas on all sides so does not need framing but you could frame it if you wished and it has a coat of varnish.
Trawlers at Polperro harbour
SUNFLOWERS IN BLUE VASE
This is a very detailed and realistic painting of sunflowers - a taste of the warmth of the south of France in the home. Meticulously painted to make the viewer feel almost able to reach out and touch the petals and leaves. It is set in a light coloured contemporary tray frame measuring 68cm x 68cm x 35mm overall.
3 CHEERS FOR MARAZION CORNWALL
The Discovery is a large semi abstract oil painting of a green woodland lake in a clearing with a deer stag looking on. It was painted Ã¢â¬Ëwet into wetÃ¢â¬â¢ style which gives the painting a rich painterly, messy art nouveau feel to it. The painting shows the view across part of a pond in a woodland with trees behind the furthest bank where a small deer stag watches in his imperious way. In the foreground are pink riverbank flowers that complement the greens. It is called Ã¢â¬Ëthe discoveryÃ¢â¬â¢ as that is exactly what it was to me when I found this little lake in a woodland near Burwash in East Sussex (park at postcode TN19 7ET). Stags and deer feature often in my paintings because I see them almost every time I go out walking. I find them beautiful and magical and I love how they watch to see what I will do. It very much feels as though I am intruding on their territory Ã¢â¬â which I am. This is a painting which captures a moment in time and makes me happy whenever I look at it as it takes me back there. It is 30x40x1.5 inches, wide edge canvas, white edges, ready to hang, no frame needed. Comes with certificate of authenticity.
Godrevy Light house (Built 1858-1859) From Hayle
Irish Red Fox
This painting was produced in my tiny ground floor flat, I made up every excuse possible not to paint here, Too small not enough room, not enough light, ran out of paints, the list goes on! I had my close friends that gave me the encouragement and determination to paint against the odds, and have fun on the way. This was a joy to do, love the detail, the slyness and shyness of this clever cunning fox. Painted with oils on boxed canvas, no need to frame.
This is Claudine, a beautiful young lady of French Polynesian origin who, with her husband Armand, runs a marvellous little restaurant just off the chic (and very expensive) main street in the town of Aix-en-Provence in the south of France Ã¯Â¿Â½ former home of Paul Cezanne. Their very reasonably priced restaurant is one for the gourmet and serves meals in a wonderfully romantic atmosphere enhanced by the mellow lighting from the candles, hence the inspiration for this painting. The work is painted in oil on a stretched canvas and is set in a contemporary dark mahogany effect tray frame measuring 88 cm x 68 cm x 35mm overall. It is strung ready for immediate hanging.