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Artist's description:

How Hill Mill is part of the beautiful How Hill Trust Environmental Study Centre situated on the River Ant in the Norfolk Broads National Park. We walked here along the River Ant footpath from Ludham Bridge. The mill is well preserved and sits close to the river into which it would have drained the water from the surrounding reed beds. I made this picture from a small line and wash sketch I made sitting on the wooden bench beside the river. My work is inspired by Edward Wesson who frequently visited Norfolk and frequently painted the rivers and mills. Like Wesson, I use Bockingford watercolour paper and Windsor & Newton Artist Quality paint. I have tried to capture the stunning simplicity of the landscape, vast skies

Materials used:

Bockingford 200lb Not (not hot pressed) watercolour paper, Windsor & Newton Artist quality watercolour; cobalt blue, light red, raw Sienna with a touch of Paynes grey.

How Hill Mill (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Noel Sawyer from United Kingdom

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