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Joanne Short

Red Fishing Boat, Port Isaac. Original Painting by Joanne Short

This long seascape painting of Port Isaac in Cornwall by artist Joanne Short creates a panoramic view of this gorgeous fishing village. Coloured bands of sea in blues and greens sweep into the bay with small boats resting on the beach. Our view is from the path looking across the harbour through the spring daffodils. The yellow on the flowers enhances the lime greens of the hillside beyond.

Port Isaac has been captured by Joanne Short using her distinctive and highly acclaimed painting technique. Port Isaac has become world famous as 'Portwenn' as it is featured in the Doc Martin Television series.Joanne is renowned for her complex compositions and this painting manages to capture the energy and lines of this unique fishing village with glorious daffodils & small fishing boats.

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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 24 x 10 inches
Medium Oil on canvas
Framed size 29 x 15 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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