262441 Steam Roller Traction Engine Steam Roller Traction Engine

Steam Roller Traction Engine

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in Oil by Martin Davey 2 Artist Reviews
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This is an oil painting of a vintage steam roller. It is a 'Wallis & Steevens Road Roller' built in 1925 and named 'Old Ken'. It is seen here at a countryside steam fair traction engine rally, wearing two 'England' flags. It is painted in oils to a size of 20" x 16" on a canvas. Its fun to paint the shiny brass and copper fittings and put the highlights on the wheels. The two men driving the steam roller help to give it scale. Painting ellipses is always difficult, but is is a requirement to get these right when painting a subject like this. The painting is NOT framed. The frame is shown for illustrative purposes only.
W 20.00" x H 16.00"
W 50.80 cm x H 40.64 cm
canvas on stretcher bars
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About the Artist

After some decades of working in commercial art/ TV using computer and traditional drawing skills, he began painting using natural media, in 2010. His work is largely representational in flavor and is mainly of landscapes, often marine subjects in nature. But he also paints subjects which he beli...

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