19097 Skiddaw and Road To Keswick Skiddaw and Road To Keswick

Skiddaw and Road To Keswick

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This work is an actual size, large, lithographic print of a large watercolour I did some years ago. It is in a limited edition of 500 and the subject is of Skiddaw, one of the highest mountains in the Northern Lake District, and below it Bassenthwaite Common. If you drive along the road, the A591, about 5-6 miles, you arrive at the picturesque and popular town of Keswick. It was late Autumn, early Winter, and the first snows had arrived on the high fells making Skiddaw shine majestically and below it the patchwork of fields, cottages and drystone walls of Bassenthwaite Common. Two of the buildings - a cottage and a church -are quite close up on the left. I put in details of the net curtain blowing in the wind and the shadowy figure in the window to add a bit of human drama to it. The prints are individually numbered and signed.
W 26.00" x H 18.50"
W 66.04 cm x H 46.99 cm
Lithographic Printing 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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