FORMBY IN AUTUMN SUNSHINE – WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

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Here’s the second painting I did from my aborted visit to the life class I mentioned in a previous post showing the other view of Formby. As I said then it was a gloriously sunny morning and the yellowing trees gave the place even more colour. Then add the sunshades over the greengrocers and florists and you could have been in the south of France.

Other paintings, including French scenes, are on my website grahammcquadefineart.com

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3 thoughts on “FORMBY IN AUTUMN SUNSHINE – WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

    • Thanks Shawn. Well, I suppose I am greying a blue with some orange red, but leaving it on the purple side to complement the ochre of the pavement and also varying the shadow to create some dynamics. If you go too far into a neutral grey it could become a bit monotonous, but then it might work in certain circumstances.

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