Thursday, 28 July 2016

Painting of a distant Manchester in summer by Rob Miller

A distant Manchester in summer looking down from above Turton
Oil on Board 
When painting up on the Black Hills, a windswept piece of farm land high above Turton, when I'm  listening to the sound of the lark singing it always amazes me that so many people want to live so close together in the Manchester conurbation. I enjoyed painting this particular piece the rows of clouds and the passing shadows sweeping forever westward in line upon line.

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