An original painting in watercolour and inks size 226mm x 310mm on 600gsm paper size 285mm x 376mmsize. The painting comes to you unframed. Price includes P&P to UK addresses.Digital copies are available for you to print at a format and size of your choice . Read more...
An original painting in watercolour and inks, size 420mm x 570mm. The painting comes to you unframed. Prices includes P&P to UK addresses.Prints are available at size A2. Each print is signed by the artist and comes to you rolled in a postal tube.
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I’m enjoying hearing the song thrushes singing their sweet cascading song on my morning walks, and I started to imagine what they were was singing about. What are Mr Thrush’s lyrics? He must be singing: “Hey, lady Thrushes! Look at me! Let’s build a nest! Mate with me! Let’s raise some chick together!” He’s also singing “Oi, rival Mr Thrushes, keep off, this is my patch!” And because thrushes are always on the look out for food, he’s also singing about yummy fruits and juicy snails he hopes to eat. So I thought I’d paint exactly this. He’s perched on a branch of apple blossom as he sings.
The painting’s title ,”That’s the Wise Thrush”, is a line from Robert Browning poem ‘Home-Thoughts, from Abroad’, the one that begins ‘Oh, to be in England Now that April’s there’.
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.
This painted map of the Wharf Stream Way, a new permissive footpath through the fields and paths to the east of the village of Eynsham, was commissioned by West Oxfordshire District Council for an interpretation panel erected at the start of the walk. The panel gives walkers an idea of the nature they can spot as they walk, and the history of the features to be encountered on the route.
Original painted map - watercolour on paper - size A1 - comes to you unframed. Price includes P&P.
A hand painted map, in watercolour, of the county of Oxfordshire, showing geography, history and nature.
Buy signed prints (size A2) or the original painting (size A1). Prices include P&P to UK.
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