Time to Go

£155.00

This painting is a semi abstract, depiction of birds preparing to migrate at the end of the season, with plenty of movement to indulge the senses and complement the imagination. The painting comes signed and dated by the artist with a Certificate of Authenticity. I will use Special Next Day Tracked Delivery, so that you will know when to expect it to arrive – very useful if you are at work. Alternatively you can have it delivered to your workplace.
Original artwork with signed Certificate of Authenticity
W 30.00″ x H 24.00″ D 1.50″ (76.2 x 60.96 x3.81)
Media: acrylic and oil
Surface: Chunky box canvas. painted in best quality acrylics on primed acid free cotton duck canvas on a frame. The sides are painted white, so further framing is optional.

 

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Product Reference No: A-112808

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Dimensions 76.2 x 3.81 x 60.96 cm
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Jean Tatton Jones

Welcome to my gallery.  " The happy highways where I went and cannot come again" (A.E.Houseman.) I hope you enjoy browsing and perhaps find a painting to your taste as well. I have sold over 3000 paintings internationally to individuals and to corporate groups, including medical and dental centres, restaurants and offices and my work has been exhibited at many galleries. I graduated from a British university and have also won awards for poetry which has been published in North America, Europe, India and Britain. I use a variety of art media including watercolour, acrylic and oil and my themes include landscapes, sea views, flowers and abstract design. Some of my recent work has a dream like quality and is born from our rich cultural heritage of myths, legends and poetry which evoke feelings of mystery and enchantment. The paintings come initialled on the front, signed and dated on the back and with a Certificate of Authenticity. They are on a frame with painted gallery edges, so are ready to hang. Thank you for looking.

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