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About three years ago, while on a painting holiday on Holy Island, I was trapped by the incoming tide and had to spend several hours on the rescue platform between the island and the mainland. This gave me plenty of time to observe the changing tide and the reflections of the clouds in the sea, and has since resulted in a series of paintings, including this one.

It's quite large at 40x40'' and, though unframed, is ready to hang. It's painted round the edge and D-rings are attached.



This is an original seascape painting by Malcom Ludvigsen.

Malcolm Ludvigsen is a plein-air oil painter best known for his Yorkshire seascapes and beach scenes. He believes that working outside, directly in front of the subject, gives his work a life and vibrancy sadly lacking in much of studio work. His paintings can be seen in homes and galleries throughout the UK and the USA - and many other places too. In 2013 he won the Oldie, £5000, British Art Award.
As well as being a painter Malcolm is also a professor of mathematics, specialising in relativity and cosmology. About 10 years ago he took a sabbatical and started painting for fun. The thing that first attracted him was John Ruskin's exhortation that all men, as part of their morning salutations, should go out and paint a picture of the sky.  This sounded like a very nice thing to do, so he decided to give it a go, and he’s not stopped painting since.

Materials used:

oil on canvas

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#seascape #northumberland #holy island #lindisfarne #pilgrims way #pilgrims causeway 

Pilgrim's Way from Holy Island, Northumberland (2023)

Oil painting 
by Malcolm Ludvigsen

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About three years ago, while on a painting holiday on Holy Island, I was trapped by the incoming tide and had to spend several hours on the rescue platform between the island and the mainland. This gave me plenty of time to observe the changing tide and the reflections of the clouds in the sea, and has since resulted in a series of paintings, including this one.

It's quite large at 40x40'' and, though unframed, is ready to hang. It's painted round the edge and D-rings are attached.



This is an original seascape painting by Malcom Ludvigsen.

Malcolm Ludvigsen is a plein-air oil painter best known for his Yorkshire seascapes and beach scenes. He believes that working outside, directly in front of the subject, gives his work a life and vibrancy sadly lacking in much of studio work. His paintings can be seen in homes and galleries throughout the UK and the USA - and many other places too. In 2013 he won the Oldie, £5000, British Art Award.
As well as being a painter Malcolm is also a professor of mathematics, specialising in relativity and cosmology. About 10 years ago he took a sabbatical and started painting for fun. The thing that first attracted him was John Ruskin's exhortation that all men, as part of their morning salutations, should go out and paint a picture of the sky.  This sounded like a very nice thing to do, so he decided to give it a go, and he’s not stopped painting since.

Materials used:

oil on canvas

Tags:
#seascape #northumberland #holy island #lindisfarne #pilgrims way #pilgrims causeway 
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Malcolm Ludvigsen is a plein-air oil painter: he paints outside, directly in front of the subject, both winter an summer. This gives his work life and vibrancy much lacking in... Read more

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