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The Lonely Lake

The Lonely Lake

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This is an original acrylic painting on a stretched cotton canvas of the lake in Ellesmere in shropshire called The Mere. It is painted in an impressionistic and semi abstract style using vibrant acrylic paint.

The painting was inspired by Claude Monet's series of waterlilies paintings from his garden in Giverny in France.

I have always admired the paintings of this artist and my paintings have been influenced by his artwork.

The painting includes acrylic paint such as cerulean and cobalt blue,sap green and titanium white.

  • The canvas is finished with a satin based varnish and presented with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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About the Artist

A landscape and wildlife artist living in Cheshire. specialising in original and unique works of art in a contemporary style. Influenced by the natural world with it's endless variety of shapes,forms and floral patterns. The wonderful colours and different aspects of nature influence and insp...

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