The Blue Buggy.


This website is acting up today. How on earth three versions of this ended up on here is beyond me.

I am now trying to delete them but with no success.

Like this a lot and that blue buggy is a great addition

Yes there’s five of this one and three of another! Perhaps have a word with Dawn tomorrow, she’ll sort out this gremlin! Fabulous watercolour as always, I love all of your ecclesiastical portrayals, a great style.

Another super architectural scene, the buggy does give it a modern twist.

Well, you can't have too many Cordeuxs........This is a fabulous watercolour: suffused with light, and still representing the old stone without even a hint of overworking it. Extremely skilfully done.

Two wonderful work. Hi Rupert, you must go on My account, select My artwork, select the work you would delete and click on button Remove.

Super as always, Rupert.

I tried to delete but the painting just kept popping back. Anyway, I'll have another go now.

Hang on Studio Wall

14 x 22 inches watercolour on140lb, unstretched, rough Langton paper. I painted this two days ago in the ruins of Coventry's Old Cathedral. The New Cathedral can be seen on the left, rising above the old walls. The toddler and his grandad were running around near the buggy, but like an old Victorian camera, I did not register their presence, but only the presence of anyone who sat still long enough for me to confidently put them in.

For Sale

Price: £400 unframed
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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