A stormy sunset straight out of 19th century English literature, this gorgeously dark little painting evokes such atmosphere you could spread it on toast.
This is the second work in a small series of atmospheric watercolour works made in the purest tradition of the medium, layering translucent washes of a single hue to build depth and form. The pigment used is pure piemonite and nothing else.
The property is Buckland Abbey in west Devon, home to Sir Francis Drake and many generations of Cistercian monks before him, it has a presence in the landscape and foundations built on the bones of its ancestors.
Offered unframed but mounted in neutral coloured quality mount board.
My external packaging is almost always upcycled but inside your painting will be well protected with bubble wrap and stiff board.
Cotton rag watercolour paper and artists pigments