`Le Breche de Roland` the boarder between France and Spain, Pyrenees


A great sense of recession.

Lovely perspective David and I wouldn't get that sponge out because I think the trees work really well in the foreground. It's great.

Lots of great qualities shown here

Beautiful scenery and painted in your perfect style, David. A real eye-catcher. Love the depth in it and the delicate colour palette.

Lovely delicate picture.

The sponge has done wonder, beautiful trees.

So beautiful.

This is superb David, especially the way the light fall on the rooftops and the beautiful soft edges.

Beautiful painting and a good story!

Absolutely fabulous David

Really lovely, fresh painting, David

Thank you everyone for your lovely comments, it is really appreciated and helpful.

Superb painting, full of interest which draws the viewer back time and again

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20" x 16" watercolour. This painting was done while we lived in France. Their are various legends associated with it, one being A Spanish Count using his sword to cut a gap in the Pyrenees. A friend in our local wine shop said her mother carried her through the gap while escaping Franco. Well worth looking at Wikipedia about the Breche. I need to take a sponge to the painting in respect of the foreground trees!!!

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David Pilgram

David Pilgram is a Professional watercolour artist. He has exhibited, run courses and was guest artist on major cruise ships for many years(Saga and Fred Olsen) He demonstrated at the NEC, Birmingham and Published many articles for the`Leisure Painter` art magazine. He has Exhibited at:…

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