Original artwork description:

An original watercolour painting showing the beach at Viking Bay, Broadstairs from the beach by the jetty. In the foreground are fishing boats moored at low tide In the background are the chalk cliffs and atop is the clock tower and bandstand.
Image size 13 x 17 inches.
Painted using top quality, artist, non fade, permanent watercolour pigments on heavyweight rag paper.
I usually frame this size painting in a standard, ready made, 16 x 20 inch frame, available from several stores.

Materials used:

Non fade artists watercolours on heavyweight rag watercolour paper

Tags:
#beach #seaside #cliffs #fishing boats #low tide #jetty #broadstairs #clock tower #viking bay 
Broadstairs, Viking Bay. 'End of Summer'. Beach, boats, jetty and cliffs (2022)
Watercolour
by Peter Day

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An original watercolour painting showing the beach at Viking Bay, Broadstairs from the beach by the jetty. In the foreground are fishing boats moored at low tide In the background are the chalk cliffs and atop is the clock tower and bandstand.
Image size 13 x 17 inches.
Painted using top quality, artist, non fade, permanent watercolour pigments on heavyweight rag paper.
I usually frame this size painting in a standard, ready made, 16 x 20 inch frame, available from several stores.

Materials used:

Non fade artists watercolours on heavyweight rag watercolour paper

Tags:
#beach #seaside #cliffs #fishing boats #low tide #jetty #broadstairs #clock tower #viking bay 

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Peter Day BSc Kent Life Magazine 'Landscape Painter of the Year' For the past 30 years Peter has lived in Broadstairs, where he became a total convert to... Read more

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