262436 Horses And Heather In The New Forest Horses And Heather In The New Forest

Horses And Heather In The New Forest

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in Oil by Martin Davey 2 Artist Reviews
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This painting is done in oils on a 20" x 16" canvas board during early September 2014. Pictured are some horses standing amongst a clearing with few trees, and lots of purple heather on the ground, during late summer. The location is about a mile away from Lyndhurst, a small town considered the gateway to the New Forest in Hampshire, UK. The forest sees many horses wandering around it but in this case the horses were added to the scene. They were seen on the same day but in a different location not too far away. 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
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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