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284772

Broken Dream

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'Broken Dream' is a coloured pencil drawing on Bristol vellum paper. Created in a photo realistic style there is a high level of detail captured in this striking portrait of a beautiful grey wolf, looking back through a broken dream-catcher with colourful leaves in the foreground. Using my high quality Caran D'Ache Luminance pencils, I chose a limited palette which sets the wolf back behind colourful leaves, giving a dreamy quality to the composition. Measuring approximately 15.75 x 13.75 inches, this drawing is presented in a white mount and framed in an oak effect frame to a total size of about 23 x 20 inches, ready to hang. It is signed on the front and will be accompanied by a certificate of authenticity
W 15.75" x H 13.75"
W 40.01 cm x H 34.93 cm
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About the Artist

Hello and thank you for taking an interest in me and my work. I am a British artist and writer, working from my small studio on the Suffolk coast. Born in the fifties I left home at a young age and soon found myself serving as a British soldier at the age of just seventeen, traveling a lot, se...

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