Saint John the Baptist's Church, Coventry.

Saint John the Baptist's Church, Coventry.
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its fabulous as I think is your work generally

Always a delight to see your church interiors Rupert. Nice work as ever...

Another masterly interior scene, you capture the atmosphere so well.

Love so expressed in this beautiful watercolour Rupert.

I love your style and approach to painting with watercolours.This is another lovely one.

This another beautiful painting, Rupert. Peaceful.

Thanks for kind comments. Next April, I shall be having a solo selling-exhibition at Weston Park, Shropshire. I don't know what paintings will be in it yet, but I dare say that of the forty to sixty paintings on show, many of them will have been featured here on this site.

Super. I look forward to seeing your idea ffor large painting.

Amazing painting as always, Rupert, you have a great style and wonderful palette fitting with your marvellous interiors. I wish you all the best for your exhibition.

Absolutely love your church interiors Rupert.

Brilliant.

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15/09/2017
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16 x 22 inches watercolour and pencil on paper. I love this church very much and paint there whenever I can. Its opening hours are less than those of the nearby Holy Trinity and so I tend to work faster here and take more risks with the painting. Hurrying does tend to concentrate the mind when considering such things as what to leave in or out etc. I have noticed that three of my paintings of this church, all of which are on this site, form a panoramic view of considerable breadth and they give me the idea for doing a very large watercolour in instalments, depicting not only space but time as well.

About the Artist
Rupert Cordeux

Coventry Lanchester Polytechnic. 1984 - 1985 Wolverhampton Polytechnic School of Art and Design. 1985 - 1988 Overall winner of Watercolour Challenge in 1999 after which I turned professional. Birmingham Watercolour Society Associate Member of Royal Birmingham Society of Artists.

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