‘White Geese’ by Deborah James

£135.00

Limited edition Fine Art print from my original watercolour painting.

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Limited edition Fine Art print.

‘ A moment of dappled sunlight and a flurry of white Geese on a farmyard path’

A3 size printed on finest quality watercolour paper.

Prints taken from my original watercolour painting, these prints look particularly attractive in a broad white mount with a white frame.

Supplied with a numbered and signed certificate of authenticity.

Posted in a sturdy cardboard roll ready to unfurl, mount and frame.

Cards of this image available in my other products.

 

 

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  • Store Name: Deborah James Paintings and Calligraphy
  • Seller: Deborah James
  • Since 2005 I have been painting in an impressionist style, landscapes, waterscapes, gardens & rural scenes. I use the beautiful surroundings of my garden studio, in a little corner of East Northamptonshire as my inspiration. Areas of outstanding natural beauty are on my doorstep,including Rutland Water, the Cambridgeshire Fens, and the Norfolk coast. I also paint in Portugal, particularly the dramatic coastline, aquamarine seascapes & dappled, the sunshine filled citrus & olive groves. My artistic journey: 1970 's Art College : Graphic art and design 1978 - 2005 Calligraphy with illustration 2005 - present & continuing : Impressionist paintings Mediums: WATERCOLOURS . ACRYLICS . OILS . PASTEL. I use each of these mediums according to the subject, my mood or the location. Using pastels 'en plein air' is a wonderfully direct way to paint, especially on a windy day!
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