Artist's description:

In the 1930's Thorpeness was built as a holiday village along the Suffolk coast a couple of miles north of Aldeburgh. We used to holiday in Suffolk when our children were young and whilst staying in Aldeburgh recently I painted this picture from a sketch made on the beach. The shingle beach drops steeply into the sea so there are relatively small waves that break on the tide-line. The picture is painted on Bockingford 140lb paper using Windsor & Newton Artist quality watercolours; cobalt blue, light red and raw sienna. This is the paper and the colours frequently used by one of my icons, Edward Wesson.

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Bockingford 140lb Not paper, Windsor & Newton Artist quality, cobalt blue, light red, raw sienna.

Thorpeness from Aldeburgh beach (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Noel Sawyer from United Kingdom

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