Artist's description:

Frank Pattersons cycling illustrations of bygone days inspired this painting along with memories of the Pennine weather and its rugged landscape. A cyclist proceeds along a bumpy lane defined by drystone walls and avoiding the puddles, he wearily passes a spaniel/terrier who stares intently. Shafts of light break through rainclouds to illuminate a working cotton mill in the distance. The Carradice saddlebag holds the cyclists provisions, including a pump, which he may need on this surface. The painting is autobiographical and the dog is called Bruce.

I use Winsor and Newton professional acrylics and glazes and the painting has a high gloss, deep lustrous surface. The edges of the canvas are painted and glazed to enable the artwork to be displayed with or without a frame.

The painting is supplied with fittings for hanging and a certificate of authenticity.

Materials used:

Acrylic paints and glazes, canvas, wood stretcher.

Lancashire Lanes 3 (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Mark Howard Jones from United Kingdom

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