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'I met again that Devon man,
He asked me, “Did you go
To where the rivers have their source,
And the moorland breezes blow;
Where all is peace and quietness,
And the summer air is cool;
Over heather, bogs and brambles,
All the way to Cranmere Pool?”
Then I tried to tell him something
Of the beauties I had seen,
Of the vivid, strong impressions
Left upon me by the scene ;
But he answered very loftily
“To you it may seem grand,
But such beauty’s very common
In our lovely western land' M. Davidson,1907

this piece can be viewed atThe Paragon Gallery in Cheltenham

oil on wooden panel 60x60cm
I use oil pastel, oil sticks, markers, and scrapers charcoal and pigment sticks, newspaper, and graphite to make marks whichever fits the moment

UV protected, Signed on the back. The work is on plywood panel and is ready to hang. No further framing is needed

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'I met again that Devon man,
He asked me, “Did you go
To where the rivers have their source,
And the moorland breezes blow;
Where all is peace and quietness,
And the summer air is cool;
Over heather, bogs and brambles,
All the way to Cranmere Pool?”
Then I tried to tell him something
Of the beauties I had seen,
Of the vivid, strong impressions
Left upon me by the scene ;
But he answered very loftily
“To you it may seem grand,
But such beauty’s very common
In our lovely western land' M. Davidson,1907

this piece can be viewed atThe Paragon Gallery in Cheltenham

oil on wooden panel 60x60cm
I use oil pastel, oil sticks, markers, and scrapers charcoal and pigment sticks, newspaper, and graphite to make marks whichever fits the moment

UV protected, Signed on the back. The work is on plywood panel and is ready to hang. No further framing is needed