Artist's description:

This is one of a series of painting ,inspired from a bridge in Glasgow's west end of the city. Set amidst some of the most spectacular urban scenery in glasgow, Kelvin Way Bridge was designed in 1912, as Radnor Street Bridge, by Alexander Beith McDonald , the City Engineer, and spans the River Kelvin in Kelvingrove Park. It is the only bridge in the city to feature figurative, bronze sculpture groups as its principal ornament.

Materials used:

oils, leaf and vanish

inspiration (2016)


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This artwork is sold by john dobbin from United Kingdom

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