19096 Road To Teesdale Road To Teesdale

Road To Teesdale

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This painting is a sort of companion piece to the painting Ford Cottage Stanhope,Weardale as not only were they painted about the same time but also geographically they are literally next door to each other with this painting being further up the road to Teesdale and the wall and barn on the left is on the right side of the other painting. Several things attracted me to the scene - again the winter light, this time glistening on the wet melted snow on the road, the solid pennine stone buildings and the beautiful hill landscape, clad with fir trees of Weardale. This landscape painting is an original watercolour painted on acid free 100% cotton rag and has a quality 3" double mount ready for framing. This, in effect makes the image 6" wider and taller than the Test Drive image.
W 12.40" x H 9.30"
W 31.50 cm x H 23.62 cm
acid free 100% cotton rag watercolour paper
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About the Artist

Born in 1954 I did a Foundation in Art & Design in Liverpool, and an Honour's degree in Fine Art at Lanchester Polytechnic, Coventry, in the early seventies. I sort of rebelled against the prevailing "house style" of abstract painting that was in vogue at the college, not that I disliked it. The ...

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