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Description

Artist:
John Maule-ffinch
Subject:
Artwork materials: 
Watercolour
Medium: 
Watercolour
Artwork size: 
49 x 33 (72 x 56 cm framed)
Available for collection: 
15 October 2020
Curators choice: 
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These now redundant monolithic old cranes have been left in place as a reminder of times past in the docks.  All non-crane areas have been painted in greys (with a touch of sienna here and there) so as not to detract the eye from the grey of the cranes.

Painted on Arches 140lb Rough.

Framed in a sympathetic grey and mounted in an off-white/black double mount.

 

John Maule-ffinch

Winner of Topbond Marine Award for work depicting marine engineering or construction activities in harbours, estuaries or marine waters within the UK.

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