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176400 THE OLD MINING PIT HEADS THE OLD MINING PIT HEADS THE OLD MINING PIT HEADS THE OLD MINING PIT HEADS
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THE OLD MINING PIT HEADS

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Availble for UK delivery only.

in Acrylic by Nigel Farnworth 14 Artist Reviews
£165.00
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10 monthly payments of £16.50 0% APR
The Old Mining Pit Heads is a original painting created by experimenting with texture, using recycled materials, like card, cotton scrim, paper, wood, then acrylic pigment is applied, then finnished ans sealed with a gloss varnish. Finnished on all edges, so can be hung straight on your wall.
W 16.00" x H 16.00"
W 40.64 cm x H 40.64 cm
Acrylic
Wooden framed canvas
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About the Artist

Mostly a self-taught artist, but attended many art classes, studied techincal drawing from an early age, and became a machine tool technician. I love most mediums, watercolour, Acrylics & oils, and like to experiment with different mediums and materials

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This is my 2nd purchase from Nigel. The first was a mill. Fantastic quality, and each piece, unique. Loads of original texturing, creating a 3rd effect.

Submitted by Yanine R 29/10/2015