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Reflection
Clumber Spaniel


completed : 21 August 2009

310mm wide x 230mm high

original available? sorry, it has been sold

Many of my paintings are available as prints, greeting cards, and sometimes other objects from Zazzle, if this image is not available there and you would like a product to feature it, please contact me, I can probably arrange it for you click here to check for what's available to feature this painting

description:   A young Clumber in a small lake, watches what is happening in the distance.



materials:   Arches Hot Pressed 100% Cotton Paper
M Grahams watercolors
no white paint was used


inspiration:   I was inspired by ... active and well built Clumbers - they want to get out and see what is happening. The model for this painting was Truly, one of my sister's dogs.


























































all images and artworks are fully protected by copyright and all rights are reserved - you cannot use these images without the copyright holder's written permission

Reflection
Clumber Spaniel






completed : 21 August 2009

310mm wide x 230mm high

original available? sorry, it has been sold

Many of my paintings are available as prints, greeting cards, and sometimes other objects from Zazzle, if this image is not available there and you would like a product to feature it, please contact me, I can probably arrange it for you click here to check for what's available to feature this painting

description:   A young Clumber in a small lake, watches what is happening in the distance.



materials:   Arches Hot Pressed 100% Cotton Paper
M Grahams watercolors
no white paint was used


inspiration:   I was inspired by ... active and well built Clumbers - they want to get out and see what is happening. The model for this painting was Truly, one of my sister's dogs.