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Original watercolour paintings of Warwickshire

Purchase contemporary works of art at reasonable prices, UK Postage & Packing included.

Watercolour painting of Guys Cliffe House - Considered by some to be the most beautiful abandoned stately home in England  
  Painting of the Yorkist Meeting House Little Park Street Coventry
Size 11 ½ x 9 inches £59.50

Size 5 x 7 inches NOT FOR SALE

Guy's Cliffe House, Warwickshire

Yorkist Meeting House, Little Park Street, Coventry
  Painting of St Mary Magdelene's Church Coventry  
Painting of Cook Street Gate Coventry

Size 12 x 9 inches £51.00

St Mary Magdelene's Church, Coventry  

Size 6 ½ x 7 inches £ 51.00

Cook Street Gate, Coventry
  Painting of The Gate at Guys Cliffe House near Warwick
Painting of Lower Ford Street just prior to Demolition
Lower Ford Street just prior to demolition

Size 9 x 11 ½ inches £59.50

Size 7 x 5 inches SOLD

Guy's Cliffe Gate, Warwickshire    
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Watercolour - A Step-by-step Guide for Absolute Beginners - Alwyn Crawshaw
Love Watercolours but don’t think you could paint. This book is for you it’s full of easy-to-follow exercises and demonstrations, this guide is part of a series that aims to give even the most hesitant of beginners the enthusiasm and confidence to start painting in watercolour. All the instruction is broken down into really easy step-by-step exercises to help you, Alwyn Crawshaw takes the reader by the hand and explains exactly how to paint all the separate features of a picture, one-by-one.