178983 Evening at Blencathra
178983

Evening at Blencathra

in Oil by David Barber 4 Artist Reviews
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This signed print is from a limited edition of 100 taken from my original oil painting. Blencathra is one of the most dominant mountains in the northern lake district. It's unusual shape has led to it's nickname 'Saddleback mountain'. During the spring of 2015 my family and I were camping near the foot of the mountain on one of our regular visits to the area. Each evening we were treated to a spectacular sunset. the light from the sunset would rake across the south side of the mountain casting long shadows. I made several sketches of the scene and took plenty of reference photographs. The final painting was completed in my studio at home.
W 15.70" x H 15.70"
W 39.88 cm x H 39.88 cm
Oil
Hahnemuhle photo rag smooth paper.
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About the Artist

A large proportion of David's early working life was spent in the magnificent landscapes of the Cumbrian and Peak national parks. From these early days he developed a real love for the peace and beauty of these places. David's paintings are produced in response to frequent walks through these wil...

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