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Inspired by the beauty of the South Downs in summer and walks along the chalk pathways near Ditchling Beacon the highest point in East Sussex.


This triptych of ink paintings is 60 x 127 made up of 3 x birchwood panels each 42.5 x 60 x 2 cms in size is the vista looking westwards from the Beacon towards Wolstonbury Hill.


The framed size is 133 x 66 cms, a wooden tray frame, painted in Elephant's Breath by Farrow and Ball.


Paintings are titled, dated and signed on the reverse side and fitted with 2 x metal D-rings and ready to hang.

'Heading west from Ditchling Beacon' framed triptych on birchwood panels

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