Artist's description:

A sweet, little watercolour of bluebells beside a bridle-path on Dartmoor.

"In 2002 the English Bluebell (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) was voted Britain’s most popular flower and so was adopted as the national flower of Britain. As with most places in Britain Dartmoor has numerous places where; “bluebells bring down a gleam of sky to the verdant earth.” They can be found in the leafy woods, the steep hedgerows and the lowland enclosures. During the month of May there can be seen spectacular dense blue carpets of bluebells all gently tolling in the moorland breeze. It’s supposed that 50% of all common bluebells grow in the United Kingdom. Where large carpet-like areas of bluebells grow can often be taken to indicate the one-time presence of ancient woodland. In 1998 the bluebell was included in the amended Countryside and Wildlife Act which means it’s illegal to dig up the bulbs or sell them along with the seeds."

In a simple clip frame.

Materials used:


Bluebell Trail (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Grant Wallace from United Kingdom

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