Muriel Collins - 1989 Oil, Castle Coombe, Wiltshire
DescriptionA very fine and carefully composed oil on board by the British artist Muriel Collins, depicting Castle Coombe, a village in Wiltshire, England. The artist has chosen to depict the bridge over the river, with St Andrews Church in the background. Castle Coombe has been previously called 'the prettiest village in England', and this is enhanced by the artist's fine brushwork and gentle treatment of light. Well-presented in a wooden frame with gilt detail, as shown. Signed and dated. On board.
In very good condition overall. There is some dark spots of discolouration to the upper areas, most prominently in the sky.
32.5 x 41.9cm (12.8" x 16.5")Framed Size: 39.3 x 48.7cm (15.5" x 19.2")
Muriel Collins has been an artist for more than 40 years since achieving a Higher Art qualification at school. Born in Motherwell, she now lives in Lockerbie. Acrylic paint and inks, watercolour and pastel are the mediums most used by Muriel, who produces colourful creations as well as landscape, people and animal paintings.
|Dimensions||32.5 x 41.9cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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