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This Oil Painting of a Local Scene – ‘Up A Country Lane’ was done to try and capture the intensity of the sunlight flooding the quiet lane. It is a little farmers track leading to open countryside. Painting this picture I used only pieces of cardboard and string –No brushes or pallet knives allowed! It is the same technique I used to paint the picture for my Nephew’s wedding (Landscape Oil painting of a Bridge in The Lake District – Also in Landscapes). Look out also for ‘Landscape – ‘Down A Country Lane’ – Oil Landscape also painted in oils on a 100 cm x 80 cm canvas though this time using brushes!
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