Poole Quay Power Station circa 1960 Original Painting


What's the Story? This original painting of Poole Quay Power Station was the start of a collection of paintings on the theme of historic Poole. The composition features the Power Station, constructed of locally produced bricks in the late 1940's at Hamworthy and demolished circa 1993. In the foreground a coal ship (collier) is being towed by the tug Princetown.

Artist Richard Watkin paints with acrylics in a simple graphical style, his latest collection celebrate the history of Poole and reflect his love of boats, planes and classic cars. The collection is available as a body of four paintings for a discounted price. Please contact us for more details. 

Richard paints with acrylics on a linen canvas and this piece is 50cm x 50cm. Varnished and ready to hang the painting wraps around the side/edge of the canvas therefore framing is optional. The painting is signed and dated by Richard. If you would like to see the painting before you buy we are happy for you to visit the studio. If you are able to collect from us then you can save on postage (excluding sale paintings) please contact us re payment.

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