Diptych a figurative oil painting of a Bedford living wagon under a characterful pylon on the beach at Dungeness

Medium sized diptych in the series of paintings based on the brutal elegance and mood of Dungeness beach.

Rest and recreation series Part II - Follow on from Sentinel Camper

A humorous and evocative figurative oil painting featuring TONY THAKE probably the most characterful Bedford Wagon to regularly visit Dungeness. Settled in, stove lit and sleeping securely - guarded by a characterful pole on the west-side beach at Dungeness in Kent.

The Project celebrates a fine mess painted with a reverence for The Hudson River School.

This painting was shown at our Open Studios

Painting Size: 30 cm x 14 cm x 2
Oil with Beeswax and damar varnishes on linen.

Red Spot - Sold sold


Evening painting of a Dungeness beach house, Kent Storm Combi
Further paintings in this evolving series




Visitors to the freedom of Dungeness 'Pocket Paintings'
Paintings that fit in your pocket...