What's the Story? Richard has fond memories of childhood holidays spent in Bournemouth. The family travelling down from Taunton in their Morris Minor Traveller in the early 1960's. Experiencing his first taste of Camp Coffee, being sick on his Dad's lap watching the ice skating show in Westover Road ice rink. And going on the Fisherman's Walk Cliff Funicular Railway in Southbourne. The maroon colour palette was chosen to represent British Railways Mark 1 coaches of the early 1960s.
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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Original: This is the original painting Richard did to create his prints. It's 50cm x 70cm acrylic on canvas signed and dated by Richard. Varnished and ready to hang the painting wraps around the side/edge of the canvas therefore framing is optional. What's the story? - The coastline of the Golden Cap...
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...
What's the Story? An off chance visit to Mudeford Spit was the basis of this painting when Richard took some photos of a boat cruising down the River Stour. Rich did a lot of sailing when he was a teacher but never had the opportunity to sail a Scow, the boat originated in the...
What's the Story? Dorset’s famous lost village, Tyneham on the Isle of Purbeck has an obvious attraction to an artist. In December 1943 225 residents left their homes as the village had been requisitioned as a military training area to prepare troops for D-day and the Battle of Normandy that followed....
We have taken into consideration that you may not want to go to the expense of having your prints professionally framed (although they do look great when they are!) so have kept to standard sizes -
A4 Prints - 21cm x 29.7cm will fit 'off the shelf' A4 frames
A3 Prints - 29.7cm x 42cm will fit 'off the shelf' A3 frames, but check frame measurement first
50cm x 70cm Prints - which includes a small white border, will fit 'off the shelf' 50cm x 70cm frames
A6 Postcards - 148mm x 105mm will fit off the shelf frames if required
Calendars - These are A4 when folded, so easy to pop in the post as a pressie. Double A4 when opened and hanging