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Coastal Blooms

in Acrylic by Elaine Allender 10 Artist Reviews
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A scene from the Cornish cliff path between Polperro and Talland Bay. These mallows were growing in abundance on the cliffs between the path and the rocks that fall away to the sea. They self-seed and come up in profusion every year. This painting is on a deep edged canvas with the sides painted white. Varnished, it is ready to hang without a frame unless you'd like to frame it. I have signed it on the back and it will be sent with a certificate of authenticity.
W 16.00" x H 20.00"
W 40.64 cm x H 50.80 cm
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About the Artist

The main influences in my painting are my fascination with gardening and flowers and my love of Cornwall, particularly the coast, where I grew up . Recently I've started painting cities that I've visited and which have inspired me. I love painting and tend to lose myself in my work; all sense ...

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Absolutely fantastic! Elaine took the greatest care in packaging her painting which arrived swiftly and in perfect condition. Elaine was very responsive and friendly throughout and we love the painting. All our thanks.

Submitted by Bruno A. 05/08/2017