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MartineRose

Thanks all for your nice comments, I do appreciate them a lot!

MartineRose

@niccolino59, the first time I went to England, I stayed in Weymouth. Lovely days, I still remember them very well though it was 50 years ago!

niccolino59

Been to Weymouth many times on holiday in my youth. This is a lovely painting/print. I like the 'texture'. There is also so much going on, you can see something different each time you look. So much movement.

Berkeleyborn

Hmmm jerrys, I sure don't know. I assumed it was painted for a magazine illustration, so then an engraver had to reproduce it on a steel plate so it could be placed along with the metal type into a frame, inked up and produced in thousands of copies? I think if it were a color copy it would have to be inked separately for each color and run off again and again?

eleanor_de

Clearly before everyone took the car...

jerrys

@Berkeleyborn Thanks for an interesting start to my day. Does Jeffries paint in pointillistic style or is the image pixilated? I appreciate the tag.

Bill_I_Am

Good morning, Audrey. Jeffries is a genuine specialist. Thanks, I'm off to bed!

Berkeleyborn

Didn't know Mike Jeffries work. . .but found out. . .
One of the old school who paints what he loves best, regarded by some as Britain's leading commercial vehicle artist he is also a very credible railway artist and the only one with direct hands on experience of life on the footplate in the days of steam. And want any old vehicle as a piece of art, you can commission him!
@carolsmc @eleanor_de @Bill_I_Am @jerrys @scifi72 @eagleboi

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