SUBJECT: The Mere Pond is one of the most popular attractions in the village; a place to sit and relax, or somewhere to bring the children to feed the ducks. A small war memorial lies on the bank alongside the pond, and it is said that a bomb fell into the pond during World War II without causing any damage. This scene is more recent and depicts a snowy winter’s day in early January 2011
ORIGINAL ARTWORK: Watercolour [SOLD]
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> Mounted Prints: Giclée on 300gsm Fine Art Paper using long-life pigment inks. Supplied in an archival quality off-white mount ready for framing
> Canvas Prints: Giclée on 350gsm Premium Satin Canvas using long-life Pigment Inks; gallery wrapped over kiln dried pine stretcher, 19mm deep, with traditional corner joints and wedges
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