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Whitby at Dusk
Whitby at dusk when the sun is going down and lighting up the East Cliff is a beautiful sight and in this painting there are dark, moody clouds making it look very dramitic. I have painted it with high quality watercolours on watercolour paper. The price is for it framed in a 16 x 12 inch brown and black wooden frame with an inner gold line and a cream mount as in the photo. If you would like it with just the mount or without either the frame or mount please contact me.
Sunset Beach ll
This little oil painting is based on the Welsh coast where I have spent many happy holidays. Pretty shades of Ochre, yellows and browns. I have used thick white paint to add texture to the waves lapping up the beach. It comes complete with its own display easel or it can be hung on your wall. Free postage in Uk mainland.
This little oil painting measures 8in x 10in and comes complete with its own wooden display easel. It also comes strung so you can hang on the wall. Beautiful shades of yellow and browns,with the grasses moving gently in the sea breeze makes for a tranquil scene. Based on scenes in Wales where I spent many happy holidays. Price includes P+P in Mainland UK
searching for supper
Abstract artwork on standard edge box canvas. This is done via a pouring acrylics method, then embellished when dry.It is varnished ready to hang. The edges match the front and it can be framed or hung as it is. This work is 12 inches high by 12 inches wide. Postage to mainland UK is included, postage abroad can be quoted for on request.
The Lady Washington Brig
Original pastel painting of the square-rigged sailing vessel, the Lady Washington, seen at anchor in the Pacific Northwest of the USA. My thanks to Michael Ryan for permission to use his wonderful reference photograph. Image size 13.5" x 19.5" (35cm x 50cm), Panpastels and pastel pencils on Pastelmat board (unframed). The first Lady Washington was a 90-ton brig named after Martha Washington. She was the first American-flagged vessel to round Cape Horn, making landfall in Oregon in 1788. She took part in the fur trade and carried tea and porcelain across the Pacific from China. She was the first US ship to reach Japan, but was lost off the Philippines in 1797. The present Lady Washington is a full scale replica, launched in 1989 and sails up and down the coast of California, Oregon and Washington, offering educational programs. (Please note, watermarks do not appear on original image.)