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Playing in the Sand, West Wittering.

Playing in the Sand, West Wittering.

Please note, this artwork is available for UK delivery only.

Availble for UK delivery only.

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Low tide near the sand dunes on a lazy summers day at East Point, West Wittering. A family sits looking out to sea while children play in the sand. In the distance, yachts sail out from Hayling Island.

 

This painting is presented in an 8cm wide bespoke moulded wood frame, finished in Farrow and Ball Pavilion Gray Modern Eggshell paint.

W 15.75" x H 5.91"
W 40.00 cm x H 15.00 cm
Oil on board
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About the Artist

I had a passion for art at an early age and studied at Beckenham Art School back in the late 1960s before joining a long established firm of fine art dealers in London as a trainee. Looking at paintings by well-known, mostly long dead artists was my daily privileged occupation and remained ...

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