PILLING LANE BRIDGE, LYDIATE – WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

Looking through an old sketchbook I saw a version of this done on a sunny morning a few years ago and thought it might be worth working up. I tried to repeat it as directly as I could without the overpainting and overworking I did originally as you can see in the sketch I posted in May of 2018.

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7 thoughts on “PILLING LANE BRIDGE, LYDIATE – WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

  1. nice one. I like reworking paintings at the moment, it is interesting looking at them with fresh eyes. The new version is great. Wonder if you need a bit more shadow in those trees on the right of the bridge?

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    • Thanks Tiffany. On the second one I seem to have exaggerated the angles of the slopes, so I flattened them out on the rework, but it might be that the figures are too small and need to be slightly bigger to help with the scale of the bridge on the rework. Leave it with me, I’ll see to it.

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