262453 Coast Of Plymouth City Uk
262453

Coast Of Plymouth City Uk

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in Acrylic by Martin Davey 2 Artist Reviews
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This painting shows a scene at the City of Plymouth, Devon in the UK. The view is looking west on the edge of the City, with Hoe park behind the viewer and Grand Parade on the right. This part of the coast received a severe battering during the storms of February 2014. It is a hot summers day and people are to be found swimming in the bay. Drake's Island can be seen in the background and Deer Park further still. The painting is painted on a canvas board measuring 20" x 16", and using acrylic paint. The painting is NOT framed. The frame is shown for illustrative purposes only.
W 16.00" x H 20.00"
W 40.64 cm x H 50.80 cm
Acrylic
canvas board
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About the Artist

After some decades of working in commercial art/ TV using computer and traditional drawing skills, he began painting using natural media, in 2010. His work is largely representational in flavor and is mainly of landscapes, often marine subjects in nature. But he also paints subjects which he beli...

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