Lady Luck

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Lady Luck has turned out wellPaul.

A fab watercolour, Paul. Once again your are the master of boat paintings!!!

Boats are your forte Paul, this is lovely.

It's a great boat Paul.

Lovely painting Paul. Nice to see it finished.

Sylvia, David, Val, Denise and Andrew thank you for your comments. This is a different one to the one I posted on the forum Andrew I need to go back to that at some stage.

Very very good Dixie, love the composition.

Thank you Lew for your very kind comment.

Superb Paul.

Thank you Chris and Spencer for taking the time to look and comment.

Excellent, Paul!

I love the look of these old wooden boats Dixie. Another lovely painting. You have the shape spot on.

Thank you Anne and Tessa for you kind comments. As you probably know I love painting boats and the challenge of the shape is one of the things that attracts me to drawing and painting them .

You paint boats very well!

Christine, Neil and Heather thank you for your kind comments.

This is super, Paul. Well done!

Thank you Mia , I appreciate that you took the time to look and comment.

This is lovely Paul, beautifully painted

I share your love of old boats Paul & Lady Luck is a particularly good one.

Thank you Brian , they do have a beautiful look to them I think it’s the lines and shape the hulls take.

A really lovely painting, love the mix of warm and cool colours.

Thank you Valerie you comment is really appreciated.

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29/09/2022
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A4 watercolour of a clinker built fishing boats of the style that was used on the Kent coast , Hastings, Deal etc. The original boats were sail powered and later engines were added or were built as a combination, used the sails for drifting as it gave steerage way . Some are used until a few years ago . This is a fictional scene but based on actual scenes I named the boat so as not to use any identification or registration marks . Touch boats used by tough men in all weathers.

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Paul (Dixie) Dean

I have sketched most of my life on and off I became interested in watercolour following a spinal injury whilst in hospital but did not follow it up. My eldest daughter bought me a beautiful wooden box set of half pans about twenty five years ago I dabbled on and off until retirement twelve years…

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