Category Archives: Coastal

Coastal & Marine

Highcliffe Castle

Highcliffe Castle

Highcliffe Castle

Oil on Stretched Canvas 60 cm x 30 cm -Price TBC

The Grade 1 listed building enjoys a cliff top location on the Dorset coast and was built between 1831 and 1835 and incorporates decorative Medieval stonework salvaged from buildings in Normandy, France.
It’s most notable resident was probably Harry Gordon Selfridge the American-born retail entrepreneur who lived there from 1916 till 1922.
The Castle and grounds are normally open to the public and can be hired as a wedding venue.

Beach Huts Wells

Beach Huts Wells-next-the-Sea

Oil on Canvas Panel 16″ x 12″  – £220

Situated on the north Norfolk coast the line of brightly coloured huts enjoy wonderful views over an unspoilt sandy beach to the North Sea. Many are built on stilts in the hope they wont get too close to the water!

Hurst Castle

Hurst Castle

Hurst Castle

Oil on Canvas Panel 24″ x 12″ in white float frame – £220 plus P&P

This painting was exhibited in the Romsey Art Group Autumn Exhibition 29th September – 13th October.

Hurst Castle is one of the many forts guarding the entance to Southampton Water.
Originally built by Henry VIII and greatly extended during Napoleonic times it is located at the end of a long shingle spit accessible on foot from Milford on Sea or by passenger ferry from Keyhaven.

The Black House Mudeford

The Black House Mudeford

The Black House, Mudeford

24″ x 8″ Oil on Canvas Panel – SOLD

This painting was exhibited in the Romsey Art Group Autumn Exhibition 29th September – 13th October.

The Black House is located on the northern tip of the Mudeford Sand Spit at the entrance to Christchurch Harbour. Accessible on foot or by Dotto Train from the car park on Hengistbury Head, also by passenger ferry from Christchurch and Mudeford Quay.

Flagship

Flagship

The bowsprit of HMS Victory in the Naval Dockyard at Portsmouth.

20″ x 16″ Oil on Canvas – sold SOLD

HMS Victory is a 104-gun first-rate ship of the line.
Laid down at Chatham Dockyard in 1759 and launched in 1765.
Victory was Lord Nelson’s flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar 21st October 1805.