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Farm buildings at Alton Priors, Wiltshire Farm buildings at Alton Priors, WiltshireFarm buildings at Alton Priors, Wiltshire
Farm buildings at Alton
Priors, Wiltshire

Artist's Catalogue No: 1040

Watercolour & gouache
on paper

Image size 45.7 x 52.7 cms

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  Note from the Artist: My enthusiasm for old buildings is not confined to those that are spectacular. Here these relatively simple
farm buildings are clearly old, and are particularly attractive because they have not been spoiled by subsequent alteration.
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Coast path near Burton Bradstock, DorsetCoast path near Burton Bradstock, Dorset
Coast path near Burton
Bradstock, Dorset

Artist's Catalogue No: 1034

Watercolour & gouache
on paper

Image size 49.5 x 72.5 cms

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  Note from the Artist: Walking paths like this is one of the great pleasures available to people who have access to the coast.
On this particular stretch the path runs along the top of cliffs, giving a wonderful feeling of airiness.
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Something brewing out at seaSomething brewing out at sea
Something brewing
out at sea

Artist's Catalogue No: 1032

Watercolour & gouache
on paper

Image size 50.8 x 72.5 cms

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  Note from the Artist: These are ruined mine working buildings on the north coast of Cornwall at Botallack. There was tin mining
in this area from at least the 17th century, and by the 18th century this particular mine had become one of the most famous.
It continued in use until closure in 1895, after which there were a few attempts to reopen it, but it closed for good in February
1914. The workings extended for a considerable distance under the sea.
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Sheep in shade, Carreg Cennan, Wales Sheep in shade, Carreg Cennan, Wales
Sheep in shade, Carreg
Cennan, Wales

Artist's Catalogue No: 1031

Watercolour & gouache
on paper

Image size 40.6 x 50.8 cms

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  Note from the Artist: The ruins of Carreg Cennan Castle stand three miles south-east of Llandeilo, perched at the top of an
inland cliff at the west end of the Black Mountain. It is one of my favourite castles, largely because of its spectacular situation.
On approaching from the south, as here, the cliff and the sizeable valley in front of it are not immediately obvious, and can
come as something of a surprise. As it stands today the castle is the result of rebuilding, probably in the 1280s and the
following decades, by the invading English following the wars conducted against the Welsh by King Edward I. There had,
however, been a Welsh Castle here before which the English occupied and repaired before beginning their new work.
After the early fourteenth century no major alterations were made, only repair works, so the castle is an unaltered
survival from the period 1280-1330. It is now in the care of CADW.
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