Weathering the Storm

By Jean Tatton Jones

  • Weathering the Storm
  • Weathering the Storm
  • Weathering the Storm
  • Weathering the Storm

About this piece

This painting is a semi abstract, depiction of birds meeting adverse weather conditions at sea when trying to migrate at the end of the season. The image also shows some birds indulging in a frenzy of feeding as the fish are churned up in the waves. The painting has plenty of movement to indulge the senses and complement the imagination enabled by many subtle brush strokes. The painting continues round the sides so further framing is optional.

It comes, signed and dated on the back and initialled on the front by the artist, with a Certificate of Authenticity.

It will be carefully packed in bubble wrap and a professionally designed box and sent by courier 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. SHIPPING WITHIN THE UK FREE. A beautiful, original gift especially for someone who loves the sea or birds.

Materials used: Acrylic paint and canvas on a frame

Size W 20″ by H 16″ by D 1.5″ 50.8 cm  by 40.64 cm by 3 cm

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Weathering the Storm

  • Price: £155
  • Artist: Jean Tatton Jones
  • Delivery: Free within UK
  • Size: W:50.8 D:3 H:40.64(cm)
  • Medium: acrylic, oil
  • Surface: Box Canvas, Canvas
  • Style: Abstract Expressionism, conceptual, fine art, Impressionist, Landscape, Panoramic, Semi Abstract
  • Subject: Animal, Autumn, bird migration, birds, Coastal Landscape, English Landscape, landscape, migration, Nature, Sea, sky, skyscape, Storm, Water, waves, Winter
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  • Reference: A-149246

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