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Joanne Short

Original Painting by Joanne Short. Tall Ships and Primroses, Charlestown

Charlestown is an historical harbour situated in the stunning St Austell Bay. This painting is a view of cottages & traditional tall ships, setting the scene for many a television drama, including the recent filming of Poldark. The stunning lime greens alongside the purples, with the yellow Primroses in the foreground create a fresh springlike feel which is timeless, just like the harbour itself.

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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 18 x 18 inches
Medium Oil on canvas
Framed size 23 x 23 inches
Frame type Joanne Short: A wide wooden slip painted in a cream colour with a natural wood hockey stick surround. Handmade in Cornwall.
Ready to hang Strung with picture cord and ready to hang

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