EARLY EVENING ON HOPE STREET, LIVERPOOL – ACRYLIC PAINTING

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Hope Street stretches between the Catholic and Anglican Cathedrals. The morning light on the Anglican Cathedral makes it a great subject. I’ve even painted it into the afternoon when it glowers over the city in full sun. However, I have never seen the Catholic  Cathedral in an inspiring light. That is, until I saw it against the evening  darkness as I waited to cross the road to the Philharmonic pub which can be seen on the left. The lights on the Catholic Cathedral show the crown against the night sky. This is another Liverpool night scene. Like most cities it has a buzz in the evening as people are rushing to get home, do some quick shopping or get a drink.

Other Liverpool scenes are on my website grahammcquadefineart.com

 

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2 thoughts on “EARLY EVENING ON HOPE STREET, LIVERPOOL – ACRYLIC PAINTING

  1. Thanks Deb. They have just renovated the Everyman, opening it out so you can see in from the street and upgrading the theatre, Hope Street is a bit like a building site with work going on opposite the Philharmonic pub and the Philharmonic hall has also been refurbished.

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