Tintern Abbey and Yachts

Tintern Abbey and Yachts

Slightly different application of paint Alan, works very well. Beautiful colours as always, I also like the sky above the abbey beauty.

The yachts just make this painting. As Carole has mentioned, interesting application of paint.

Great ambience and lovely glow.

Lovely work and push and pull Alan

Not at all like your other paintings, Alan but the same colours and vibrancy. Great!

For me Alan, one of your best. There's a softness about it and the sky and reflections are beautiful.

Great painting, Alan, full of nice colours as usual, and lovely composition.

Looks lovely Alan again I love the colours

Gorgeous colours Alan, love your style :)

As others have stated slightly different, softer, less aggressive in the brushwork, but still with the great sky and the lovely use of the Reds. A really good painting , again, as always.

Love the vibrancy of the three boats.

Beautiful play of light and shade and again a marvellous palette

Glorious colours, love the sky Alan!

A stunning piece of work Alan.... such a beautiful melange of colours and shapes. Very contemporary feel to your paintings in this style.

Alan, I love the softness of this, both in application and colour, and for me also it's one of your best.

Nothing left for me to say Alan.....fabulous sky and I love the reflections!

What an original take on a popular subject! Great colour and reflection. Really like it Alan.

Love the dramatic highlights and subtle passages. I feel like a broken record, but it's really another excellent piece, Alan!

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Watercolour 1/4 Imperial on Turner Grey paper. I have painted this scene in all media many times, reference my sketch book.

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Alan Bickley

Having studied fine art and graphics at both Stafford and Derby college, my career working as a graphic artist and latterly as editorial artist with Northcliffe Media Ltd, has kept me constantly in touch with all aspects of art and design. Painting mainly in oils, acrylics and watercolour, my…

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