Walking up Hanover Street after Life Drawing on a Thursday evening now that the nights have got darker earlier has taken on a different perspective. The  drab buildings are now illuminated  with shots of light and their old style of architecture is picked out in interesting shapes and shadows. Fleet Street runs off Hanover Street and old warehouses have been converted into clubs and bars. Cabs often wait up the street to join the rank in Hanover Street when a space becomes available. The street has a look of the decay that is belied under the street lights and illuminated signs.

Other Liverpool paintings are found on my website grahammcquadefineart.com in the gallery and artist-help sections.


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