304638 Margate Harbour & Jetty, Incoming Tide. Boats, Beach & Sea

Margate Harbour & Jetty, Incoming Tide. Boats, Beach & Sea

in Watercolour by Peter Day No Artist Reviews
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The tide was well out when I started this watercolour painting, but was a totally different scene at the end. The boats were afloat and the water lapping at my feet! Fortunately I always look at the tide tables before I go out to paint the sea and harbours and expected this so unusually for me painted the beach and boats first, and left the iconic Jetty and it's cafes and coloured doors to last. This watercolour was painted on site using high quality permanent, non fade pigments on heavyweight rag paper. Image size 13 x 17 inches I usually frame this size in a ready made 16 x 20 inch frame available in several stores.

W 17.00" x H 13.00"
W 43.18 cm x H 33.02 cm
Heavyweight Rag Watercolour Paper
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About the Artist

Peter Day BSc For the past 30 yearsPeter has lived in Broadstairs, where he became a total convert to watercolour some 25 years ago having previously painted in oils and Screen Printing for 25 years.He is often seen around Thanet, sketching and painting with a board on his lap, rather than ...

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