Gregory Paul Learmonth's Gallery
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The Elephant at sunset, Etretat in Normandy 2016
Titty Bottle Park by the river Wharfe in Otley 2015
Titty Bottle Park is so called because it is the place where in Victorian/early Edwardian days wealthy parents would employ a nanny who would push their baby in the park along with the rest of the local nannies and they would feed the babies from a small porcelain bottle filled with milk hence the name "Titty Bottle".
Sea arch near South Landing, Flamborough 2013
Scale Nab at Bempton Cliffs on a morning in Summer 2013
The Malt Shovel on a cold morning in winter 2012
I have painted my series of the Malt Shovel Hotel in Burley in Wharfedale in two sizes. One in this size of 30x24 inches and one sized 30x36 inches. I painted about thirty paintings in this size and six in the 30x36 inch format. Both are painted on standard stretched canvas. Most of the paintings in this size have sold, but there are still about ten left.
Scale Nab, Bempton Cliffs
Bempton Cliffs on the Yorkshire coast 2013
The Malt Shovel Hotel. Autumn sun 2012
Otley Chevin viewed from Burley Woodhead 2012
This painting is one of several paintings I have painted of Otley Chevin. known locally as the Chevin it is a small mountain/hill on the eastern side of Otley (an old market town in West Yorkshire) providing shelter for the small town. Near the top of the Chevin is a popular point affording splendid views of the surrounding countryside and is called (not surprisingly) "surprise view".