London Skyline from Shooters Hill.

London Skyline from Shooters Hill.

Wow Alan, how nice to see this completed. A good feeling of depth, with those huge towers diminishing in size tone and colour as they go into the distance. Look forward to seeing the photo of the work in situ, I am sure it will look very impressive.

Exceedingly well created Alan. Love to see the sfinished piece in here and on the wall in our travels

Nice to see it finished!

Great piece Alan handled with confidence

The perspective in this is great, can picture this hanging in a contemporary looking pub, perfectly matching the colour scheme,,great job Alan ,well done.

Well done it has been great to see how you have developed this work from start to finish thank you

Well done Alan, you'll have time for your Xmas shopping now! Like everyone else I look forward to seeing it in situ.

So good Alan, exciting painting.

Incredible Alan!! This is going to look fantastic when hung, it has a beautiful glow to to it.

Yes, Alan...certainly has a Wow factor! The detail is superbly handled without being overdone.

Wow Alan! Another commission beautifully executed. This will look fantastic when blown up to a 6' wide backdrop in a pub. Well done you! . . . . . . and Merry Christmas to you!

Alan this is incredible. Your sense of depth and perspective on your skyline is fantastic. Love the earthy tones….totally works!

Excellent Work

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Watercolour on Daler/Rowney w/c Board. 22 x 30''. The completed commission for my London client. This will be enlarged to 6' wide and form a backdrop of an interior of a pub in Bexley, which will undergo a revamp in January. I will post a photograph of it in situ once this is completed.

About the Artist
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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