Artist's description:

This 30 acre park originally formed the private grounds of Beechwood House, a Grade II listed building, that was built in 1877-78 as the private residence of George Fothergill, a tobacco manufacturer and former Mayor of Newport.

Beechwood House and the grounds were opened up as a public park in 1900. During the World War I, the house was used as a convalescent home.

Beechwood House was occupied by American forces during World War II and then had a number of uses including a hospital for the treatment of tuberculosis, an open air school and a model railway club.

These stunning grounds are at there most attractive as summer fades and autumn begins. The irridesent early morning light highlights an array of jewel colours and brings a magical nature to this park that I love so much.

Materials used:

Actylic paint and acrylic varnish finish

Beechwood in Autumn (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Emma Buckley from United Kingdom

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Emma Buckley

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