David James - 1992 Watercolour, Bedford Suspension Bridge during a Race
DescriptionA detailed and colourful watercolour by the artist David James, depicting Bedford suspension bridge during a rowing competition. The suspension bridge was constructed in 1888 in order to provide access between The Embankment and Mill Meadows in Bedford, Bedfordshire, England. Well-presented in a wide card mount and wooden frame with gilt detail, as shown. Signed and dated. On wove.
In fine condition overall. Some small marks to the mount. Minor scuffing to the frame.
32.7 x 24.7cm (12.9" x 9.7")Framed Size: 53.3 x 45.3cm (21" x 17.8")
David James started painting in 1982 when he was still working as an engineer. Subjects vary, mainly landscapes, townscapes, also many architectural works, and he also enjoys capturing nostalgic subjects including Steam Trains working in Watercolour. He also enjoys pencil drawing, pencil and Wash and Pen and Wash as an alternative.
|Dimensions||32.7 x 24.7cm|
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