171559 Isle of Lewis

Isle of Lewis

in Oil,Acrylic by Peter Lee No Artist Reviews
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This painting is a compilation of images taken from the history of the Isle of Lewis The three figures are from the renowned chess set discovered on the island. The were carved 800 years ago in walrus ivory and are considered to be the greatest chess pieces of the European Middle Ages. The Standing Stones are part of the Neolithic Callanish stones. Carloway Broch are the remains of a structure built in the Iron Age. The Compass and Astrolabe reminds us of the great importance that the ocean has had on the island and it's people.
W 12.00" x H 16.00"
W 30.48 cm x H 40.64 cm
Winsor and Newton canvas board. Acrylic under-painting with pencil with oils the top painting in traditional oil paints.
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About the Artist

"What is the artist but the channel through which spirits descend - ghosts, vision, portents, the tinkling of bells" Isamu Noguchi. Studied at Lancaster College of Art 1960-1964. Obtained National Diploma in Design. (Special Level Painting) Taught at the college before going to Australia. ...


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