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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What's the Story? - Richard has long admired the work of Ellis Martin, an illustrator for OS maps in the 1920s, and was inspired to create a painting in his style. After considering...
What's the Story? - We had so many requests for Ashley Cross Green after Richard completed a set of commissions for a local Estate Agents. Originally named Parkstone Park it's name was...
What's the Story? - Several people have suggested that the beach huts on Avon Beach near Mudeford would make a good painting. We took a visit one sunny February day and were...
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