- Artist David Snook
- Price £450
- Artist's description
Last year the Flying Scotsman entered Cornwall for the first time, this is the moment it appeared under the arch of the Brunel bridge at Saltash. In the background is the newer road bridge (1961) as opposed to 1859, but both structures add to the beauty of the architecture of this oil painting. Sold unframed on a stretched canvas.
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- Size 50cm × 77cm
- Genre Buildings, Landscape, Transport
- Medium Oil
- About David Snook
David was born and bred in and around the Tamar Valley on the border between Cornwall and Devon. He has been producing art since primary school, still trying to get his work on the wall. He has lived half his life in Southern Africa but has now returned to his native Cornwall. His works are designed around a limited palette with rich cadmium undertones, invigorating life into his canvases. The human form is essential to his work, keeping a freshness to his oils, transcribing an ordered sense from a loose background. You can also find my work at www.davidsnook.wix.com/snookart and also snookartworks on insta and facebook See all of David Snook's work