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Seven Springs, The Cotswolds

Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 40 x 30.5 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Seven Springs, The Cotswolds
Item number: RG010

 

Description

A lovely original watercolour painting of the countryside around the Cotswold hamlet of Seven Springs, which nestles in Gloucestershire near Cirencester. it is the source of the River Churn which flows south across the Cotswolds through Cirencester and joins the River Thames near Cricklade. It is regularly argued to be the real source of the River Thames.

The colour palette of the painting is warm yellows with areas of deep purples accented with pale greens. All acting as a colouful backdrop to the hite cottages, farm buildings and fences.

This is a painting full of detail and interest, created in Roger's own unique style.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 40 x 30.5 cm.

This painting is priced at £145.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 

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Seven Springs, The Cotswolds

£155.00 This painting has been sold
Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 40 x 30.5 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Seven Springs, The Cotswolds
Item number: RG010

 

Description

A lovely original watercolour painting of the countryside around the Cotswold hamlet of Seven Springs, which nestles in Gloucestershire near Cirencester. it is the source of the River Churn which flows south across the Cotswolds through Cirencester and joins the River Thames near Cricklade. It is regularly argued to be the real source of the River Thames.

The colour palette of the painting is warm yellows with areas of deep purples accented with pale greens. All acting as a colouful backdrop to the hite cottages, farm buildings and fences.

This is a painting full of detail and interest, created in Roger's own unique style.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 40 x 30.5 cm.

This painting is priced at £145.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 


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Painswick, The Cotswolds

Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 50 x 40 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Painswick, The Cotswolds
Item number: RG009

 

Description

A lovely original watercolour painting of houses in the countryside on the outskirts of Painswick village near Stroud in Gloucestershire.

The painting is in warm tones of yellows and oranges, with highlights of greens, blues and purples, a real feeling of a bright summer day in the country. The white cottages standing out from the colourful background. This is a painting full of detail and interest, capturing a typical sunny summers day, created in Roger's own unique style.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 50 x 40 cm.

This painting is priced at £165.00 plus £10.00 post and packaging.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 

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Painswick, The Cotswolds

£175.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 50 x 40 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Painswick, The Cotswolds
Item number: RG009

 

Description

A lovely original watercolour painting of houses in the countryside on the outskirts of Painswick village near Stroud in Gloucestershire.

The painting is in warm tones of yellows and oranges, with highlights of greens, blues and purples, a real feeling of a bright summer day in the country. The white cottages standing out from the colourful background. This is a painting full of detail and interest, capturing a typical sunny summers day, created in Roger's own unique style.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 50 x 40 cm.

This painting is priced at £165.00 plus £10.00 post and packaging.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 


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£145.00
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Down to the Canal, Stroud, Gloucestershire

Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 37 x 49 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Down to the Canal, Stroud, Gloucestershire
Item number: RG024

 

Description

A bright and colourful summer scene from the Cotswolds, a landscape that can look stunning at any time of the year and has a very English feel to it.

The artist leads the eye through the picture from the cottages on the horizon, down through their gardens and allotments to the canal in the foreground. A rich composition created in Roger's own unique style.

Roger has chosen a colour pallette of blues and purples for this composition, with contrasting accents of yellows, oranges and greens. this colourful backdrop allows the whitewashed cottages to really stand out.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 37 x 49 cm.

This painting has been sold.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 

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Down to the Canal, Stroud, Gloucestershire

£145.00 This painting has been sold
Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 37 x 49 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Down to the Canal, Stroud, Gloucestershire
Item number: RG024

 

Description

A bright and colourful summer scene from the Cotswolds, a landscape that can look stunning at any time of the year and has a very English feel to it.

The artist leads the eye through the picture from the cottages on the horizon, down through their gardens and allotments to the canal in the foreground. A rich composition created in Roger's own unique style.

Roger has chosen a colour pallette of blues and purples for this composition, with contrasting accents of yellows, oranges and greens. this colourful backdrop allows the whitewashed cottages to really stand out.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 37 x 49 cm.

This painting has been sold.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 


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View From Edge Hill, Warwickshire

Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 26 x 36 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: View From Edgehill, Warwickshire
Item number: RG022

 

Description

Edge Hill is an escarpment near to Stratford-upon-Avon in south Warwickshire. The view in the picture from the hill shows the plains below which was the site of the first battle of the English Civil War in October 1642.

Roger leads the eye from foreground to middle to the main focus, and asks us to go and explore further as each layer of the painting continues to the horizon. He has chosen a colour pallette of mainly blues and purples, accented with strong splashes of yellows and oranges.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The painting measures 26 x 36 cm.

This painting has been sold.

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 

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View From Edge Hill, Warwickshire

£115.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 26 x 36 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: View From Edgehill, Warwickshire
Item number: RG022

 

Description

Edge Hill is an escarpment near to Stratford-upon-Avon in south Warwickshire. The view in the picture from the hill shows the plains below which was the site of the first battle of the English Civil War in October 1642.

Roger leads the eye from foreground to middle to the main focus, and asks us to go and explore further as each layer of the painting continues to the horizon. He has chosen a colour pallette of mainly blues and purples, accented with strong splashes of yellows and oranges.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The painting measures 26 x 36 cm.

This painting has been sold.

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 


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Stiperstones, Shropshire

Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 56 x 38 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Stiperstones, Shropshire
Item number: RG020

 

Description

Stiperstones is an a distinctive area in Shropshire near to the Welsh border, the undulating ground was formed during the ice age some 480 million years ago. The land would freeze and thaw continuously causing the shape of the land we see today. Several rocky outcrops were left standing above the scree, Roger's painting depicts one such stone outcrop in the foreground.

This is a painting full of detail and interest, created in Roger's own unique style. He leads the viewer from the foreground, past the house in the middle ground, and then with the aid of the trees at the edge of the fields we can travel right up and over the top of the hill.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 56 x 27 cm.

This painting is priced at £165, plus £10 postage and packing.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 

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Stiperstones, Shropshire

£175.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 56 x 38 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Stiperstones, Shropshire
Item number: RG020

 

Description

Stiperstones is an a distinctive area in Shropshire near to the Welsh border, the undulating ground was formed during the ice age some 480 million years ago. The land would freeze and thaw continuously causing the shape of the land we see today. Several rocky outcrops were left standing above the scree, Roger's painting depicts one such stone outcrop in the foreground.

This is a painting full of detail and interest, created in Roger's own unique style. He leads the viewer from the foreground, past the house in the middle ground, and then with the aid of the trees at the edge of the fields we can travel right up and over the top of the hill.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 56 x 27 cm.

This painting is priced at £165, plus £10 postage and packing.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 


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South Shropshire Hills

Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 43 x 57 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Down to the Canal, Stroud, Gloucestershire
Item number: RG025

 

Description

A bright and colourful  scene from an area out outstanding natural beauty, a landscape that can look stunning at any time of the year and is the border in south Shropshire and Wales.

The artist leads the eye through the picture from the cottages on the foreground, up through the fields to the hills in the distance. A rich composition created in Roger's own unique style.

Roger has chosen a colour pallette of yellows and blacks and greys for this composition, with contrasting accents of oranges and greens. this colourful backdrop allows the whitewashed cottages to really stand out.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 43 x 57 cm.

This painting is priced at £165.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 

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South Shropshire Hills

£175.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 43 x 57 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Down to the Canal, Stroud, Gloucestershire
Item number: RG025

 

Description

A bright and colourful  scene from an area out outstanding natural beauty, a landscape that can look stunning at any time of the year and is the border in south Shropshire and Wales.

The artist leads the eye through the picture from the cottages on the foreground, up through the fields to the hills in the distance. A rich composition created in Roger's own unique style.

Roger has chosen a colour pallette of yellows and blacks and greys for this composition, with contrasting accents of oranges and greens. this colourful backdrop allows the whitewashed cottages to really stand out.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 43 x 57 cm.

This painting is priced at £165.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 


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Millstone Edge, Hathersage, Derbyshire

Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 56 x 56 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Millstone Edge, Hathersage, Derbyshire
Item number: RG012

 

Description

Millstone Edge is a rocky Gritstone ridge on hathersage Moor in the Derbyshire Peak District. This hard rock was quarried in this area, one use was to make grinding millstones. This edge rises over a beautiful landscape, the trees underneath forming colourful carpets which change colour with the seasons. Understandably, this is a very popular area with walkers.

This is a painting full of detail and interest, created in Roger's own unique style. He leads the viewer from the foreground, past the houses in the middle ground, and then with the aid of the hint of a road we can travel right up and over the top of the hill topped by the impressive line of the Millstone Edge. The colour pallette uses a mixture of oranges and browns in the fore and middle ground, contrasting with hints of green and purples. The grey of the gritsone contrasts beautifully with the rich blue of the sky..

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 56 x 56 cm.

This painting is priced at £165, plus £10 postage and packing.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 

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Millstone Edge, Hathersage, Derbyshire

£175.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 56 x 56 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Millstone Edge, Hathersage, Derbyshire
Item number: RG012

 

Description

Millstone Edge is a rocky Gritstone ridge on hathersage Moor in the Derbyshire Peak District. This hard rock was quarried in this area, one use was to make grinding millstones. This edge rises over a beautiful landscape, the trees underneath forming colourful carpets which change colour with the seasons. Understandably, this is a very popular area with walkers.

This is a painting full of detail and interest, created in Roger's own unique style. He leads the viewer from the foreground, past the houses in the middle ground, and then with the aid of the hint of a road we can travel right up and over the top of the hill topped by the impressive line of the Millstone Edge. The colour pallette uses a mixture of oranges and browns in the fore and middle ground, contrasting with hints of green and purples. The grey of the gritsone contrasts beautifully with the rich blue of the sky..

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 56 x 56 cm.

This painting is priced at £165, plus £10 postage and packing.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 


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From Stanage Edge, Peak District

Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 56 x 38 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: From Stanage Edge, Peak District
Item number: RG026

 

Description

Stanage Edge is a gritstone escarpment in the Peak District. Famous for offering fabulous walking and climbing, the northern edge forms the border of the High Peak of Derbyshire and Sheffield in South Yorkshire. The picture shows a view from the edge looking out over the spectacular countryside. 

The artist has chosen a colour pallette of mainly yellows and oranges, accented with details of blues, greens and purples.

Roger leads the eye from foreground to middle to the main focus of the farm, and asks us to go and explore further as each layer of the painting continues beyond.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The painting measures 56 x 38 cm.

This painting is priced at £165 plus £10 postage and packing.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 

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From Stanage Edge, Peak District

£175.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 56 x 38 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: From Stanage Edge, Peak District
Item number: RG026

 

Description

Stanage Edge is a gritstone escarpment in the Peak District. Famous for offering fabulous walking and climbing, the northern edge forms the border of the High Peak of Derbyshire and Sheffield in South Yorkshire. The picture shows a view from the edge looking out over the spectacular countryside. 

The artist has chosen a colour pallette of mainly yellows and oranges, accented with details of blues, greens and purples.

Roger leads the eye from foreground to middle to the main focus of the farm, and asks us to go and explore further as each layer of the painting continues beyond.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The painting measures 56 x 38 cm.

This painting is priced at £165 plus £10 postage and packing.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 


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Two Green Fields, White Peak, Derbyshire

Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Size: 41 x 38 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Two Green Fields, White Peak, Derbyshire
Item number: RG001

 

Description
A striking, colourful painting depicting farm houses nestling in the shadow of the White Peak in Derbyshire. The field pattern of the farm gives the name to the painting, with two of the fields having grass, the others have been ploughed and sown ready for the coming seasons crops.
The White Peak is a beautiful area which covers parts of Derbyshire, Cheshire and Staffordshire.
Roger has used a wide colour pallette to lead the viewer to the main focal point of the painting, the white of the cottages contrasting with the blue used for the sky and water. An image full of detail and interest, created in the artist's own very unique style.
This original watercolour painting is presented loose ready for mounting and framing, the image measures 41 x 38 cm.
The painting is priced at £145, plus £10 postage and packing.

About the artist
Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales.

 

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Two Green Fields, White Peak, Derbyshire

£155.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Size: 41 x 38 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Two Green Fields, White Peak, Derbyshire
Item number: RG001

 

Description
A striking, colourful painting depicting farm houses nestling in the shadow of the White Peak in Derbyshire. The field pattern of the farm gives the name to the painting, with two of the fields having grass, the others have been ploughed and sown ready for the coming seasons crops.
The White Peak is a beautiful area which covers parts of Derbyshire, Cheshire and Staffordshire.
Roger has used a wide colour pallette to lead the viewer to the main focal point of the painting, the white of the cottages contrasting with the blue used for the sky and water. An image full of detail and interest, created in the artist's own very unique style.
This original watercolour painting is presented loose ready for mounting and framing, the image measures 41 x 38 cm.
The painting is priced at £145, plus £10 postage and packing.

About the artist
Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales.

 


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£135.00
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Chinley Head, Derbyshire

Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Size: 31 x 23 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Chinley Head, Derbyshire
Item number: RG006

 

Description

Chinley is a small village in north west Derbyshire, nestling in the beautiful Peak District. The picture shows the large brown knoll of Chinley Head which lies to the east of the village, and the course of the stream that runs down into the valley through the farm land. White painted stone buildings, ones very typical for this area are huddling into the shelter that the hill gives against the wind.

Chinley grew from a tiny hamlet with the coming of the railway, it became in its heyday a very important junction for passengers travelling between London, Manchester and Sheffield. It still has a functioning station, and is now the only stop between Sheffield and Stockport where express trains stop at peak times on the trans-pennine route.

Roger has a view of the countryside that is typical of this area of England. He has chosen to use a colour palette to reflect the early Autumn when the picture was painted.

 

This original watercolour painting is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The picture measures 31 x 23 cm.

The painting is priced at £125, plus £10 postage and packing.

 

About the artist
Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales.

 

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Chinley Head, Derbyshire

£135.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Size: 31 x 23 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Chinley Head, Derbyshire
Item number: RG006

 

Description

Chinley is a small village in north west Derbyshire, nestling in the beautiful Peak District. The picture shows the large brown knoll of Chinley Head which lies to the east of the village, and the course of the stream that runs down into the valley through the farm land. White painted stone buildings, ones very typical for this area are huddling into the shelter that the hill gives against the wind.

Chinley grew from a tiny hamlet with the coming of the railway, it became in its heyday a very important junction for passengers travelling between London, Manchester and Sheffield. It still has a functioning station, and is now the only stop between Sheffield and Stockport where express trains stop at peak times on the trans-pennine route.

Roger has a view of the countryside that is typical of this area of England. He has chosen to use a colour palette to reflect the early Autumn when the picture was painted.

 

This original watercolour painting is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The picture measures 31 x 23 cm.

The painting is priced at £125, plus £10 postage and packing.

 

About the artist
Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales.

 


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Penwith field patterns, Cornwall

Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 27 x 29 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Penwith Field Patterns
Item number: RG017

 

Description

A lovely original watercolour painting of the patterns created by the fields, roads and trees around the village of Penwith near Zennor in Cornwall.

The painting is in warm tones of purples and blues, with highlights of greens and yellows, a real feeling of a bright summer day in the country. This is a painting full of detail and interest, created in Roger's own unique style.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented double mounted ready for framing. The outer mount is a speckled cream colour, the inner mount is dark blue. The image measures 17 x 18.5 cm, the overall size including the mount is 27 x 29 cm.

This painting is priced at £85.00 plus £10.00 post and packaging..

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 

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Penwith field patterns, Cornwall

£95.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 27 x 29 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Penwith Field Patterns
Item number: RG017

 

Description

A lovely original watercolour painting of the patterns created by the fields, roads and trees around the village of Penwith near Zennor in Cornwall.

The painting is in warm tones of purples and blues, with highlights of greens and yellows, a real feeling of a bright summer day in the country. This is a painting full of detail and interest, created in Roger's own unique style.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented double mounted ready for framing. The outer mount is a speckled cream colour, the inner mount is dark blue. The image measures 17 x 18.5 cm, the overall size including the mount is 27 x 29 cm.

This painting is priced at £85.00 plus £10.00 post and packaging..

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 


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£195.00
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Gulval nr Penzance, Cornwall

Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 50 x 40 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Gulval nr Penzance, Cornwall
Item number: RG015

 

Description

A lovely original watercolour painting of the picturesque village of Gulval in Cornwall.

The view is of several of the houses that line the road to the 12th century parish church. The graveyard houses the bones of local pirate and smuggler John 'Eyebrows' Thomas from nearby Marazion. This is a painting full of detail and interest, capturing a typical sunny summers day, created in Roger's own unique style.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 50 x 40 cm.

This painting has been sold.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 

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Gulval nr Penzance, Cornwall

£195.00 This painting has been sold
Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 50 x 40 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Gulval nr Penzance, Cornwall
Item number: RG015

 

Description

A lovely original watercolour painting of the picturesque village of Gulval in Cornwall.

The view is of several of the houses that line the road to the 12th century parish church. The graveyard houses the bones of local pirate and smuggler John 'Eyebrows' Thomas from nearby Marazion. This is a painting full of detail and interest, capturing a typical sunny summers day, created in Roger's own unique style.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 50 x 40 cm.

This painting has been sold.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 


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Coastguard Cottages, Prussia Cove, Cornwall

Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 38 x 42 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Coastguard Cottages, Prussia Cove, Cornwall
Item number: RG019

 

Description

A lovely original watercolour painting of the Coastguard cottages in Prussia Cove, Cornwall.

Porth-en-Alls is a private family estate overlooking the Atlantic on the South West coast of Cornwall, six miles east of Penzance. Within it lies Prussia Cove, comprising several beaches, coves, sands and inlets and named after the notorious eighteenth century smuggler John Carter, who as a boy called himself the King of Prussia when playing soldiers with his brother Harry, and who later traded from there and lived in a cottage on the beach.

The view is of a listed terrace of seven cottages built in 1826 by the government in an attempt to suppress smuggling in the area, on a sheltered and slightly sloping sunny site facing due south and directly overlooking the sea. The artist has chosen a colour pallette of reds, purples and blacks, this allows the white cottages to stand out from the landscape around them. This is a painting full of detail and interest, created in Roger's own unique style.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 38 x 42 cm.

This painting is priced at £145.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 

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Coastguard Cottages, Prussia Cove, Cornwall

£155.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Roger Griffiths
Medium: Original watercolour painting
Format: 38 x 42 cm
Style: Contemporary
Title: Coastguard Cottages, Prussia Cove, Cornwall
Item number: RG019

 

Description

A lovely original watercolour painting of the Coastguard cottages in Prussia Cove, Cornwall.

Porth-en-Alls is a private family estate overlooking the Atlantic on the South West coast of Cornwall, six miles east of Penzance. Within it lies Prussia Cove, comprising several beaches, coves, sands and inlets and named after the notorious eighteenth century smuggler John Carter, who as a boy called himself the King of Prussia when playing soldiers with his brother Harry, and who later traded from there and lived in a cottage on the beach.

The view is of a listed terrace of seven cottages built in 1826 by the government in an attempt to suppress smuggling in the area, on a sheltered and slightly sloping sunny site facing due south and directly overlooking the sea. The artist has chosen a colour pallette of reds, purples and blacks, this allows the white cottages to stand out from the landscape around them. This is a painting full of detail and interest, created in Roger's own unique style.

 

This original watercolour painting is created in the artist's own unique style, it is presented loose ready for mounting and framing. The image measures 38 x 42 cm.

This painting is priced at £145.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.

 

About the artist

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales. 


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Buy Roger Griffiths original watercolour paintings in the Hayrack art and crafts gallery in Northamptonshire. 

Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales.

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