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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.
Castle Hill. Huddersfield
st ives harbour cornwall
May Meadow - A Sussex Landscape
40 x 40 x 1.5 inches large original semi abstract oil painting of a Meadow in May in England. The painting shows a view through a meadow full of white lacy cow parsley. Between the trees at the back you can see a yellow line of rape seed and to the right of the trees a goldfinch swoops over the field. The colours are predominately soft blues, turquoise, and greens with pink foxgloves and yellow rapeseed adding a flare of extra colour along the tree line. I painted this after a walk through fields around an ancient village called Rotherfield in Sussex in May 2018. The cow parsley was swaying gently in a breeze and insects and birds were industriously breeding and zipping around everywhere. The scents, sounds and sight of Spring were very evident. This painting immortalizes that lovely day for me and the view through the trees to the next field sums up the excitement I always feel when walking and wondering what may be in the next field or around the next bend... Painted on deep edge canvas - edges white, no frame needed.
Castle Hill. The Red Gate.
This was one of those misty autumn days where sun suddenly peaked out, clearing some of the mist, creating colourful patterns on the hills. I love the soft light of these days and the pastel colours. Painted on oil primed linen canvas board with brushes and palette knife using the top quality oil paints. This painting is varnished with with a retouching varnish and if desired you can have it varnished in about 4 months with the final layer of quality varnish for the best protection.