Winter Walkers


Your figures are excellent Frank, they add so much to the snowy landscape. The snow splatter is perfect.

Agree with Fiona, I really like the way you have painted the figures and they enhance the overall effect of a snowy day

Good feeling of movement in the figures Frank, sure looks cold!

Lovely snowy painting 🖼

It is a lovely snow scene.

An excellent painting. The first thing that drew my intention was the great and very natural poses of the figures. I really like it.

Great scene and the figures look so natural walking down the street. Very good.

Lovely painting Frank, nice colours and excellent figures

This is excellent Frank.

Great snow scene, Frank - very atmospheric and it certainly does look cold!

A lovely scene that you have captured beautifully Frank, all the better when it on freebie paper.

This caught my attention immediately, the figures are so natural and I love the tones

Love your figures and the naturalness of this lovely winter scene Frank.

Thank you so much everyone for commenting, this was quite a quick little painting to do and very rewarding to have been received so well.

Absolutely grand, Frank, the sense of struggling movement is so real

As has been said Frank, a super little painting with excellent figures and a definite feeling of brrrr!

Looks very wintery. Excellent.

I love the limited palette with the touch of warmth in the foreground figure

Good painting - love the sense of movement

It's all been said. a great painting Frank.

Ooh that’s cold! Great painting, Frank.

The figures are very realistic - you can imagine what they’re saying to each other!

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I remember looking out of my bedroom window one snowy evening, trying to take a snow photo, when these people walking home from shopping came into view. My painting is based on a small part of that photo, done in gouache on a freebie sheet of paper (St Cuthbert’s 300gsm CP) from my local art shop.

About the Artist
Frank Bingley

I've had very little tuition over the years except for a two year course during the late 1990s in watercolour. Since retirement in 2012, I now have time to pursue my love of painting. In recent years I have ventured into linoprinting, acrylics , oils and gouache. Gouache is fast becoming my…

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