Autumn Walk Two - An acrylic on canvas impasto painting that captures the river landscape in Autumn
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Availble for UK delivery only.
A semi-abstract painting entitled ‘Autumn Walk Two, Runnymede, River Thames’. Expressive and vibrantly coloured impasto paint combine with subtle tonal passages evoking the feeling of the Autumnal colours and the changing seasons. This unique piece is framed in a bespoke handmade hardwood frame. It is finished with a luxurious deep satin black, which, elegantly offsets the tonal greys of the painting. The clean lines of the frame provide a sleek and fresh looking edge to the piece. The grain of the wood has been allowed to show through creating a subtle texture. It has been prepared perfectly to adorn a showcase wall in a contemporary living or office space. It is supplied with a picture cord attached and is ready to hang. Many thanks for looking. London art, artwork for the office, art for the home, wall art, paintings of skies, Autumn landscape
W 20.00 cm x H 20.00 cm
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About the Artist
Jonathan has been a professional artist for 15 years, since graduating from Falmouth College of Arts. As a previous prize winner of the prestigious Sunday Times Watercolour competition, Jonathan’s work has had national exposure. This level of national acclaim led to regular interviews and feature...