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The Scream

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'The Scream' depicts a scene which could be found on any beach on Britain's coast that still retains an inshore fishing industry. A tangled mass of ropes, floats, nets, fish boxes and other discarded paraphernalia. A seagull is perched on top screaming out to sea while a cat yawns and stretches nonchalantly. The different textures and intricate details of the main elements in this scene took a great many hours to reproduce, based on a photograph taken by a friend, while the shack and surroundings were created from my imagination. Measuring about 20.5 x 13.5 inches, it is presented in an antique white mount within a rich yew frame with gilt sight edge to a total size of approximately 30 x 23 inches, ready to hang. This artwork will be boxed securely in cardboard and sent along with a certificate of authenticity.
W 20.50" x H 13.50"
W 52.07 cm x H 34.29 cm
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About the Artist

Hello and thank you for taking an interest in me and my work. I am a British artist and writer, working from my small studio on the Suffolk coast. Born in the fifties I left home at a young age and soon found myself serving as a British soldier at the age of just seventeen, traveling a lot, se...

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