The line running over The Arches in Bristol is the unique Severn Beach Line. Running from Temple Meads all the way through Easton, Montpelier, Clifton Down and then cruising on through the Avon Valley and along to the Severn Estuary, this line has been rated by Thomas Cook as one of the most scenic rail routes in the whole of Europe. It was constructed in 1874 to carry the Clifton Extension line between Montpelier and Redland stations. For many years, in common with other Bristol railway bridges, it bore a painted advertisement for the local Georges' Brewery on the parapet.
Picture size: 17.9(W) x 12.5(H) cm. Frame: 22.7(W) x 17.5(H) x 1(D) cm. Ready for hanging.
Monogram on the front, and title & date on the reverse site. The paiting is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
The texture of painting was created by applying thick paint straight onto the painting surface using palette knife (impasto technique).
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Oil on canvas