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Monday, 9 November 2015

Beverley Minster from 2012 before the Flemingate complex.

Plein air oil on board, 12 x 10 inch.
I am planning, late as usual, my calendar for 2016 and I remembered this picture. ( Not sure I have posted this before ). I did this on the spot ( en plein air ) using a home made pochade box. It was an early work in my plein air period. I wanted to record the Minster before the view was lost, from this point, which was from the corner of Chantry Lane and Priory Road. I particularly wanted to capture the vivid autumn coloursof the trees and shrubs, wild lavendar adding to the colour, before they were to be cleared as the Flemingate development progressed. I have had to try and capture the Minster from this view which necessitated the exclusion of its fine detail. Something I find difficult, however I am happy the essence of the view as it is. Whilst doing this an ex-student of mine passed on his way to the local newsagent ( now closed ) and we had a lovely chat about this and that. I may include this view on the calendar, ( STOP PRESS - IT IS NOW FEATURED ON THE CALENDAR ) what do you think? The calendar this year will feature some Beverley views and also, some of my walled garden series from this year.
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Flemingate and Minster yard were close earlier today to facilitate the filming of "Victoria"

2 comments:

  1. This is just lovely, John - and will definitely be a wonderful addition to your calendar. Just finished a painting I'm putting in a raffle to benefit a local community gallery - I'll email a photo to you. Be well.

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  2. Hi Susan, so good to hear from you. I will look forward to seeing the picture. I also recently donated a picture for charity which is really satisfying. And yes, I like the Minster picture, though it is not as detailed as some I have done. It looks better when you see it as the brush marks can be clearly seen. Anyway keep in touch, lovely to be in contact, regards, John

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