288399 On Blencathra On Blencathra
288399

On Blencathra

in Oil by Martin Cook No Artist Reviews
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Small one-of-a-kind oil painting on canvas board, signed on the front by the artist, supplied framed and ready-to-hang (in a dark grey frame as shown). Frame size is 10.7 x 8.5 x 0.52 inches (27.4 x 21.5 x 1.3 cm). Includes certificate of authenticity. Blencathra was the second mountain I climbed in the Lake District, and this is a view looking along it's summit. Many other famous mountains can be seen in the background. This painting can be supplied unframed if you prefer. Just contact me prior to purchase and we can discuss a reduced price (with no obligations). I believe very strongly in providing good customer service, and I am always happy to enter into a dialogue prior to purchase if you have any questions or preferences. All paintings/drawings are dispatched in very secure packaging.
W 9.45" x H 7.10"
W 24.00 cm x H 18.03 cm
Oil
Prepared MDF panel.
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About the Artist

I have studied and practiced for many years (my whole life, in fact) in order to learn and perfect the techniques I use for my figures, portraits and semi-abstract landscapes. I am drawn to figures because they appeal to the side of me that enjoys painting in a more representational style, while ...

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