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Early Morning Rain on the Lleyn Peninsular.

Early Morning Rain on the Lleyn Peninsular.


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  • Beautiful Alan. I love the misty , subdued atmosphere and the highlights on the houses are perfect

    Posted by Diana Boanas on Fri 27 Oct 08:47:06
  • Interesting composition Alan. I like the way the eye is drawn in and out to the horizon.

    Posted by John Inkson on Fri 27 Oct 09:00:13
  • I am glad you did decide to post this one. The grey morning(?) mood is caught well and the flash of light on that house adds something exceptional.

    Posted by Tony Auffret on Fri 27 Oct 09:11:04
  • Works very well Alan as John has said, the zig zag composition is a good lead in. The misty shoreline gives depth yo the work. Hope you will continue to post on pol, don't let the multi posters win!

    Posted by Stephen Slater on Fri 27 Oct 09:39:23
  • I think it's been said better than I can, I certainly endorse all the comments above. I've now ensured I don't miss your paintings even if they do "disappear", having added you to the list of artists I follow.

    Posted by Sandra Kennedy on Fri 27 Oct 09:41:14
  • Superb Alan another classic

    Posted by dennis rounding on Fri 27 Oct 10:04:33
  • I think you've said what a lot of us think Alan, however your painting is stunning as ever, I love the way the light catches on the cottages.

    Posted by Linda Drury on Fri 27 Oct 10:08:51
  • You always inject atmosphere to your work Alan and it takes it out of the ordinary.....a beautiful view and painting.

    Posted by Fiona Phipps on Fri 27 Oct 10:12:15
  • Thanks everyone for some interesting comments, I'm so pleased that you like it. I do try and add that hint of atmosphere in my work and of course a good dash of 'artist's licence', to spice it up, otherwise I may as well just take a photo.

    Posted by Alan Bickley on Fri 27 Oct 11:24:37
  • Very good Alan, I know what you mean about work whizzing through the gallery at a speed of knots. I think Ruskin Spear told Fred Cuming that artists' licences were to be obtained at the post office, but you are certainly entitled to yours.

    Posted by Peter Davison on Fri 27 Oct 12:12:10