Another watercolour in my series on the Ridgeway track near Wantage in Oxfordshire. This time the strong reds of the hawthorn trees full of berries and Autumnal foliage were the inspiration for this painting contrasting with the greens of the trackside and fields.
The Ridgeway ancient track is thought to be Britain’s oldest road and was known to be used by Roman soldiers and sheep herders alike. Today it is kept mostly free of traffic, is a haven of flora and fauna and enjoys beautiful views across the countryside of Wiltshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire.
Painted using watercolour on high quality ‘not’ pressed paper.
Actual image size is 10.25"x14.5”, mounted in a warm white mount and framed in a distressed cream painted frame outer size 20"x24”. N.B. Currently not for sale from this site as shortly to be exhibited in an exhibition of Ridgeway Art in Uffington, details will be on my home page.
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About the artist
Versatile artist working in various media.see "Autumn Hawthorns along the Ridgeway Track" on Michele Wallington's website
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