What's the Story? - Richard first visited Chesil Beach in 1974 on an art field trip and loves the way there has been so little change since. The historical aspect of the area also appeals; the discovery of 20,000 sling stones collected from Chesil Beach and used to defend Maiden Castle from an attack by the Romans, highlights the impact the sea and coastline has on the island and its occupants. He decided to focus this painting on the Cove House Inn as he loves the view and we’ve had many a pint tucked up inside shielded from the elements.
Original - Original painting 50cm x 70cm. Acrylic on canvas. Varnished and ready to hang, painting wraps around the side/edge of the canvas therefore framing is optional.
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