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282754 Ullswater in Spring Ullswater in Spring

Ullswater in Spring

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A fine view towards Patterdale & the Kirkstone Pass from a hillside just north of Ullswater in the Lake District. I believe it was in this area that Wordsworth was walking when he saw some daffodils - a few rather than "a host", but they inspired the famous poem. A few daffodils are seen bottom right in this picture, along with the profuse Spring blossom of the hawthorne on the left. The painting is framed in the simple cherrywood moulding I use. To give an idea, I've posted a photo showing the Ullswater painting (far right) in the 2018 exhibition I put on in Theatre by the Lake, Keswick. The painting is a bit distant, but the same kind of frame is also shown on the nearest painting.
W 16.00" x H 12.00"
W 40.64 cm x H 30.48 cm
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About the Artist

I was first given a go with oil paints in the 60s and I’ve used them ever since. Interviewed for Art School in the ‘70s, I was assured that as an art graduate I’d probably never touch a brush & oil paint again, so I gave it a miss! Oil painting has always remained “what I do”. I think it was Ru...

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