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Joanne Short

Joanne Short Painting. Walking to Chapel Porth
. 12 x 12 inches, oil on canvas

This oil painting by Cornish artist Joanne Short shows the rugged Cornish cliff walk from St Agnes to Chapel Porth at its best. The pink sea thrift and white daisies on the headland grow in abundance and purple heather carpets the cliffside. The crumbling engine house clings to the cliff and takes up back to the 17 hundreds and the days of Cornish mining so beautifully portrayed in the famous TV series Poldark. This beautiful painting captures the beauty of the north coast on a summer's day, with waves crashing below and stunning cliffs all around.

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Description Framed Original Painting
Artist Cornish Artist Joanne Short (born 1967)
Signed by the Artist Signed by Joanne Short
Painting size 12 x 12 inches
Medium Oil on canvas
Framed size 17 x 17 inches
Frame type Joanne Short: In the 1950s simple neutral frames became popular for St Ives artists. Joanne chooses an off-white so the lightest tones appear in the painting. The moulding is a variation of 'Salvator Rosa' from Italy. Hand finished in almond white paint. Handmade in Cornwall.
Ready to hang Strung with picture cord and ready to hang

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