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A Fine Mess III - A continuation of the 'Fine Mess' series of paintings and prints celebrating the 'uneven beauty' of the working beach at Dungeness in Kent.

This large oil painting challenges the viewer to reorganize the chaotic elements of abandoned fishing paraphernalia into a severe lyrical beauty.

Large feature painting exhibiting a startling tonality and a dramatic presence.

Atmosphere and texture evolves with the lighting conditions within a room.

Battlefield Dungeness - (Very large image) here or select image below

Atmospheric large oil painting Dungeness beach

The past side by side with the present on the east-side - A gorgeous landscape painting with colours reminiscent of a first world war painting by Paul Nash

A focused burst of long light illuminates colour and texture.

The painting utilises bright colour contrasted with an overall coherent sombre tonality and textural interest.

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Oil/beeswax and Damar on a heavy linen tarpaulin stretched over a wooden panel.

The painting 'floats' on hidden supports and sits 10cm proud of the supporting wall.

Size 80cm x 125cm

Currently Reserved - (A guide price for paintings of this size and complexity - £1500 - £2000)

Techniques - Successors and Descendants in six visual stages - With material lists and process description.

Dungeness open studios - Paddy Hamilton

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