This is a landscape painting of one of my favourite local views from Hillesden, North Buckinghamshire, England.
England, especially Buckinghamshire, is cross-crossed with ancient public rights of way in the forms of public footpaths and bridle ways. They allow public access across private farmland and in many cases provide more direct links between villages than the current road system.
From this vantage point it is possible to see the intersection of two footpaths that cross the North Buckinghamshire countryside. The North Bucks Way and the Cross Bucks Way. Both of these Ways link very ancient networks of footpaths dating back to Anglo Saxon times.
Anyway, I really love the undulating countryside, especially when tibia covered with bright yellow oilseed rape (canola in America) and so have painted it several times. It is painted in oil paint on a deep canvas with painted sides and is ready to hang up or frame as you prefer.
I have signed the painting on the front and titled and signed it on the back.