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Byway near Long Knoll and more art by Luke Piper

Byway near Long Knoll, 30th May 2020
66 x 70 cm (h x w)
GBP 4 000
Watercolour
Gouache
soluble pencil & ink on Arches Aquarelle 356gsm CP
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This painting was done at full moon near Long Knoll, Kilmington in hidden Wiltshire (Somerset really), quite near Gare Hill. The nearby knolls are ridges of chalk that mark the most Westerly edge of the great chalk syncline, which stretches across Southern England. The same twisted chalk bed that forms Salisbury the North and South Downs, the Marlborough Downs and the cliffs of Dover. For me they are key landmarks in the journey East from the West country. Leading to what will become the great Ridgeways and Icknield ways a network of old lanes and byways and drover’s roads intersect the luxuriant, verdant June countryside.drover’s roads intersect the luxuriant, verdant June countryside.

more from Luke Piper

Lane at Long Knoll, 30th May 2020
76 x 56 cm (h x w)
Watercolour
Gouache
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pencil & ink on Arches Aquarelle 300gsm CP

Songline l, rockshelter, April 2020
60 x 60 cm (h x w)
Oil on 365gsm Arches paper mounted on board with coloured resin

Somerset Lane print ll, 2010
50 x 67 cm (h x w)
Giclée on Somerset Velvet paper

Somerset Lane print l, 2010
50 x 67 cm (h x w)
Gilcée on Somerset Velvet paper

Small Down yellow & Orange..., May 2020
40 x 66 cm (h x w)
Watercolour
Gouache
pencil & ink on Arches Aquarelle 356gsm CP

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