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Acrylic on stretched canvas, height 40cm x width 50cm x depth 4cm
(Please note the picture below is for illustrative purposes and is not to scale/ frame and sofa not supplied)
This is an original acrylic painting produced by me in 2014, and is signed. It has been painted on deep edge Winsor & Newton stretched canvas in contemporary Paynes Grey tones.
The powerful dark tones in this painting gives the illusion of an approaching storm and moving water. A palette knife has been used to give the painting a spontaneous feel which injects movement into the piece. There is a nice thick build up of texture within the painted surface, please see the close up pictures of the exact piece for sale. The canvas edges have been painted so it can be hung straight away. I always use excellent quality Windsor & Newton paints. A signed certificate of authenticity will be provided with the piece of original artwork.
This painting would look fantastic framed (Not supplied)
I try hard to present the colours and tone in all my paintings as accurately as possible in natural daylight. I have sold many pieces of my original artwork within the UK and also worldwide.
Dimentions are, height 40cm x width 50cm x depth 4cm
All artwork is securely posted between card in bubble wrap, so it will not bend or become damaged in transit.
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I will be producing many more original paintings in the coming months in various styles, and currently have my artwork displayed on my online gallery www.thegreenartgallery.co.uk where you will find a wide range of original art for sale.
I can happily produce private commissions for the home, which could be pet portraits, favourite holiday destinations or anything you wish. I can also produce commissions for; bars, hotels, restaurants, apartments, hospitals and offices. So please ask if you have any specific requirements.
I will ship internationally, however it will cost more :)
I offer a 14 day return policy if you're not completely satisfied.
*Warren Green reserves the rights to use this artwork image for further printings and promotions*
My name is Warren Green and I was born in Salford, in the North West of England. I have been producing artwork for many years, and now dedicate myself mostly to drawing and painting (specifically in oil and acrylic paints)
My love of art began at a very early age. I went on to study Art & Design at Wigan College for three years, and studied many areas of art and design, such as life drawing, painting, textiles, ceramics and photography. I now specialise in painting and drawing. I completed a post graduate PGCE teaching qualification in Applied Art and Design at Edge Hill College.
My fondness of painting in oils and acrylics has enabled me to experiment and develop my own distinctive style. By using oil paints on board and stretched canvases, I can create a varied range of wonderfully exciting artwork on canvas and textured board. My artwork is fuelled by the use of imaginative ideas, and dynamic colour studies. My artwork takes me on a limitless journey, as I am constantly developing new ideas and techniques to utilize in my artwork.
My Previous commissions produced
The Impressionist movement including, Monet, Renoir, Manet and Degas. I greatly admire the works of Bob Ross, Vincent van Gogh, L.S. Lowry and contemporary artists, Rolf Harris and Jack Vettriano. And not forgetting the wonderful and humorous work of the late Beryl Cook, which I love for the comical themes, bright colours and larger than life characters.
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