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Walking down river from Kew Bridge, one passes along Strand on the Green towards the Mall. In the distance, the underground railway bridge that carries trains to Kew Gardens crosses the river. As often here, spectacular clouds hang over the view.

There is another painting of the same view in the Watercolour section of this gallery

New Normal [2]

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The gardens at Chiswick House have been slowly and beautifully restored in recent years, and the new café in Portland Stone melds beautifully with the old Paladian House and monuments in the grounds. This is a painting from late summer when the ornamental grasses were at their most beguiling.

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Among the many wonderful and old trees in the gardens at Chiswick House are these two fine Cedars. There were once more, but these withstood the hurricane in 1988, and benevolently accepted many years of climbing by local children, mine included. These trees are engraved in my mind’s eye from years of seeing them.

Spring Garden

Oil painting 356mm x 457mm

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Walking down river from Kew Bridge, one passes along Strand on the Green towards the Mall. In the distance, the underground railway bridge that carries trains to Kew Gardens crosses the river. As often here, spectacular clouds hang over the view.

There is another painting of the same view in the Watercolour section of this gallery

Blue Farm

Oil painting 457mm x 356mm

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The gardens at Chiswick House have been slowly and beautifully restored in recent years, and the new café in Portland Stone melds beautifully with the old Paladian House and monuments in the grounds. This is a painting from late summer when the ornamental grasses were at their most beguiling.

Solitude

Oil painting 457mm x 356mm

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Among the many wonderful and old trees in the gardens at Chiswick House are these two fine Cedars. There were once more, but these withstood the hurricane in 1988, and benevolently accepted many years of climbing by local children, mine included. These trees are engraved in my mind’s eye from years of seeing them.

Strand on the Green

Oil painting 356mm x 457mm

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Oil painting on canvas board

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Walking down river from Kew Bridge, one passes along Strand on the Green towards the Mall. In the distance, the underground railway bridge that carries trains to Kew Gardens crosses the river. As often here, spectacular clouds hang over the view.

There is another painting of the same view in the Watercolour section of this gallery

Grasses and Café, Chiswick House

Oil painting 300mm x 300mm

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The gardens at Chiswick House have been slowly and beautifully restored in recent years, and the new café in Portland Stone melds beautifully with the old Paladian House and monuments in the grounds. This is a painting from late summer when the ornamental grasses were at their most beguiling.

Cedars at Chiswick House

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Among the many wonderful and old trees in the gardens at Chiswick House are these two fine Cedars. There were once more, but these withstood the hurricane in 1988, and benevolently accepted many years of climbing by local children, mine included. These trees are engraved in my mind’s eye from years of seeing them.

Snowdonia from Penmon

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On the tip of Anglesey, the village of Penmon has a fine view across the Menai Strait onto Snowdonia. During a recent Christmas we enjoyed spectacular scenes as the weather changed almost hourly, the sun came and went and clouds moved purposefully.

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Garage [2]

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This is the back of a quite well-known garage in west London, always showing magnificent sports cars. I especially like the geometric clean lines of the building

Kirichwa river flood

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A childhood memory from the family house off the Ngong Road, near Dagoretti Corner, Nairobi. In the rainy seasons the River Kirichwa Kubwa, normally a trickle, flooded into the gardens bringing mud and wildlife not normally seen. Admittedly, the floodwater was usually red-brown, not the grey-blue as I have it here.

Snowdonia from Penmon

Oil painting 457mm x 356mm

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Oil painting on canvas board

457mm x 356mm

Unframed £200

 

On the tip of Anglesey, the village of Penmon has a fine view across the Menai Strait onto Snowdonia. During a recent Christmas we enjoyed spectacular scenes as the weather changed almost hourly, the sun came and went and clouds moved purposefully.

.

Garage [2]

Oil painting 400mm x 300mm

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Oil painting on canvas

400mm x 300mm

Unframed £160

 

This is the back of a quite well-known garage in west London, always showing magnificent sports cars. I especially like the geometric clean lines of the building

Kirichwa river flood

Oil painting 457mm x 356mm

More information

Oil painting on canvas board

457mm x 356mm
Unframed canvas £200

A childhood memory from the family house off the Ngong Road, near Dagoretti Corner, Nairobi. In the rainy seasons the River Kirichwa Kubwa, normally a trickle, flooded into the gardens bringing mud and wildlife not normally seen. Admittedly, the floodwater was usually red-brown, not the grey-blue as I have it here.