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On My Wife's Work bench - Easel Really....
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Another masterpiece from Chris's talented hands. :thumbs::thumbs::thumbs:

Cheers, Gary.



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Wow! that is superb!!


Pete.



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Stunning!!

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That is just a spectacular painting. It looks so real that I can almost smell the steam oil and coal dust.
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Thanks for the kind words gents,  Chris and I really appreciate them.



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The next painting that I am sharing is another gritty shed scene. This time it's Leeds Holbeck and is entitled 'De-Light at Holbeck' and I am sure that you will see why





Like the ones I posted earlier, it's painted in Acrylics and is 24" x 36" 


I will get to some oil paintings I promise:thumbs:



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As a complete opposite to the last two gritty shed scenes this one is more like a fine chocolate box.





It's entitled "Edwardian Elegance"  and the scene is derived from a photo taken at Weybourne Station on the North Norfolk Railway by Andrew Southwell and used with his kind permission.

The painting is 24" x 36" acrylic on canvas



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Incredible. what else can you say really. :worship:



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I've seen that station somewhere before I think !!!  (Now Sheringbourne!)
Very nice painting! :)



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Hello all, 
Those of you who have expressed an interest in Chris's paintings recently will get the opportunity to see them all together at a single exhibition. 
After quite a long wait (we started talking to them in mid May) we finally got confirmation from the NRM that they would host an exhibition of Chris work next summer at Locomotion in Shildon. 
The plan is for the exhibition to open on the 17th of August and run through to the 30th of September.



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Thats excellent news Rob, if I can get there I will definitely come and have a look. I reckon she should get a quite few commissions out of it too!!  


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Thanks Pete,  
Unlike me, although she does paint pictures to sell, she doesn't want the stress of doing commissions. - She had to give up work through a stress related illness and although she's now recovering, she doesn't want to go back there.



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That's great news Rob... I look forward to seeing the paintings all together, now my favourite is the Leeds shed scene, something quite haunting about that image. Please convey my appreciation and delight to the Artist... they are all superb paintings.cheers Paul



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Great news Rob.give my congratulations to Chris. Excellent news.

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