An original painting – watercolour on paper – 35cm x 35cm.
Sorry this one has now found a home and is shown here for your viewing pleasure. But you can get prints of this painting in a size and format of your choice from Pixels.com:
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A design for a Christmas card, now sold out. My tree of life was inspired by the geniuses of both Gustav Klimt and Charles Darwin. That yellow against the purple and the curly swirly branches still appeals.
This watercolour painting was a very special commission for a fisherman, and is shown here for your viewing pleasure.
Prints are available from Fine Art England.
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When you visit the University of Oxford’s Natural History Museum its a job to know where to look - at the marvellous exhibits? Or at the magnificent architecture? In this painting you'll spot a dodo, some dinosaur footprints, the swifts that nest in the tower, a dinosaur skeleton and so much more! My favourite bit is the frog in the jar. What's your's? The title comes from Charles Darwin's book 'The Origin of Species' in which he wrote of his theory of evolution by natural selection: "There is grandeur in this view of life..." The print is last one of a limited edition (of 4) hand-made drypoint tinted with watercolour - 450mm x 700mm.