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Peak Forest Canal

in Acrylic by Colin Leach 10 Artist Reviews
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The painting is of the approach channel to Bugsworth Basin looking towards Teapot Row on the peak forest canal. The row of cottages fronting onto the towpath is called Teapot Row, allegedly because the residents used to empty their teapots into the canal. The painting will be delivered flat sandwiched between stiff card A one off , 100% original acrylic painting Date of Creation: 06/12/2012 Certificate of Authenticity. Royal Mail Recorded Signed For Tracked Delivery. Painted in acrylics ( Cryla Artist Quality ) Dalar Rowney Size 11.5 x 8.25 inch Surface: Bockingford Watercolour paper Many Thanks Colin
W 11.50" x H 8.25"
W 29.21 cm x H 20.96 cm
Bokingford Watercolour paper
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About the Artist

I began painting in the early1990's. Since then my paintings have appeared in open exhibitions and Galleries around Yorkshire with much success. A number of my limited edition paintings are hanging in private collections around the United Kingdom & Channel Islands. The majority of my paintings ar...

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very pleased with it - captures the feel of the scene very well

Submitted by Julian E 16/04/2013