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Jousting - a pair


completed : 01 January 1989

100mm wide x 60mm high



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:   this is a pair of small paintings featuring knights jousting



materials:   no information on watercolour brand
no information on paper


inspiration:   the beautiful watercolours executed on the streets of Paris inspired me to have a go with watercolours again, and the colour and pageantry of knights jousting has always appealed (but as an observor, not as a knight!)


























































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

Jousting - a pair







completed : 01 January 1989

100mm wide x 60mm high



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:   this is a pair of small paintings featuring knights jousting



materials:   no information on watercolour brand
no information on paper


inspiration:   the beautiful watercolours executed on the streets of Paris inspired me to have a go with watercolours again, and the colour and pageantry of knights jousting has always appealed (but as an observor, not as a knight!)