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      20.0cm x 25.0cm x 0.5cm
      • Type | Original Art
      • Medium | Paintings > Oil
      • Style | Impressionistic
      • Subject | Landscapes > Sky
      • Year | 2022
      • Size | 20.0cm x 25.0cm x 0.5cm
      • Ready to hang | No
      • Frame | No
      • Signed | Yes, On verso
      • Materials | Oil on panel
      • Shipping | ships from United Kingdom by Tuesday, 05 July 2022

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      Richard Blades

      Richard can often be found painting in the Norfolk countryside, chasing the Indian yellows and fire reds of an Autumn sunset or creating textured impressions of the North Sea Coast, as the colours shift from aquamarine to muted grey across the seasons.

      His paintings have an impressionist quality, an elusiveness that walks the line between representation and abstraction. Their textured surfaces hold within them the history of their making, celebrating the physicality of oil paint, which helps give the work a sense of presence and vibrancy.

      Richard was born in 1978 and raised on the border of Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire. His passion for painting began whilst living in Cornwall in his mid-twenties.

      Richard, who recently moved to Norfolk after a decade in London, says of his work

      “I am primarily an expressive landscape painter working in the English Romantic tradition.

      I feel a deep connection to the landscape and the artists who also chose the sky, sea and land as their source of inspiration. Turner, Constable, Seago, Daubigney and Courbet are personal favourites of mine. The gaps of generations and hundreds of years matter little. Regardless of what has changed in this world, the technological advancements and societal shifts, the landscape is always there, as something eternal, the ever-changing muse, always present, yet never the same. ”

      Richard's work has been exhibited in Cornwall and London and is held in private collections, both in the UK and abroad.

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