Black and Whites from 2003

 

 

When I returned from New Zealand in 2003 these were among the first paintings I completed. I had been using black and white emulsion paint you can read in more detail about this in my retrospective book http://mjforster.com/retrospective-book/  I was never able to find the same sort of paint I had been using down under, this was more globular so the brush strokes tended to be bigger creating a more impressionistic feel.

There all painted on mount board. The first is looking west upriver at the Tyne from Corbridge 30 x 42 inches.

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This is The Devils Water in Hexhamshire, Northumberland 22 x 30 inches

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Here below is The Marchburn, Hexhamshire just above Healey Ford 30 x 42 inches.

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Silver Birch, 24 x 32 inchesBBWW 6

The March Burn 24 x 32 inches

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Woodland Study 24 x 32 inches

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The Tyne looking South from the North Bank at Corbridge 30 x 42 inches

 

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The Devils Water 24 x 32 inches

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Borrowdale, The Lake District 24 x 32 inches

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Borrowdale, The Lake District 24 x 32 inches

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For more information on this work or if you have any questions email me at info@mjforster.com

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