Artist's description:

We visit Norfolk each year if possible and the Broads are amongst our favourite places. Created from peat extraction in the 17th and 18th centuries the broads are now a National Park. There are dozens of mills, some restored and some derelict, most of which were originally wind pumps, draining low lying fields and dykes. The area is a haven for wild life, holiday makers and artists. The great Edward Seago lived in Ludham, a village close to the broads and painted there frequently. I made this painting from a smaller watercolour sketch painted plein air, and have tried to depict the wonderful sense of space, simplicity and calmness with the reeds gently moving in the breeze.

Materials used:

Bockingford 200lb not paper, Windsor & Newton Artist quality, cobalt blue, light red, raw sienna, paynes grey..

Norfolk Mill (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Noel Sawyer from United Kingdom

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