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Tall Ship leaving Dundee, Scottish Seascape Art

Tall Ship leaving Dundee   24x 26 ins             Oil on Gesso                                         Sold

This work is painted entirely in transparent oil glazes over a pale raw sienna underpainting and lightened around its main focal point with zinc white. I painted it this way because the original outdoor study had a strange luminosity about it that I didn’t want to lose. The sailing ship was added after seeing the Mexican navy barque “Cuauhtemoc” leaving Dundee and sailing past my studio window while competing in the Tall Ships race.

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