‘Homeward Bound’ – A Landscape Original Painting by Paul Kenton.
56 x 65 cm (Framed), Watercolour on Paper, Seascape Artwork of Fishing Boats at Sea, Original Painting by Contemporary Cityscape Artist Paul Kenton. Available to Purchase.
56 x 65 cm (Framed)
Watercolour on paper
Framing described below
“A skiff fishing boat returns from their catch, as the day draws to a close. This is a pure watercolour in which I use both wet-on-wet and wet-on-dry techniques to obtain different effects. To start, I applied a large wash of colour to wet paper to create the soft gradient in the distance. I left this initial wash to dry before adding the boat and ripples in the foreground, as working onto a dry surface allows me to achieve definition, as the paint should not bleed.”
Framed: 56 x 65 cm | Artwork only: 26.5 × 35.5 cm
This painting was originally created by Paul as part of the Paul Kenton / 365 Project. You can click here to find out more about this painting in the context of the bigger project.
Please note: This painting is currently unframed and has a longer lead time to ship to you than stated in our ‘Terms Of Sale’. Please allow for up to 4 weeks for us to process the framing and ship this painting to you. However, if you are interested in purchasing this piece, please contact us and we can discuss the exact situation and timescales with more accuracy, as it may be possible to reduce this time for you.
Watercolour on paper
The following photos show the profile and colour/finish of the frame moulding used on this piece. Any mount surround used may differ from the one shown in these images, please refer to the main image for a mount reference.
All measurements relating to framed sizes are approximate. Please contact us if the sizing information requires precise measurements.
"Homeward Bound" is part of the following Collection(s):
The Landscape Collection portrays the ever-changing light, colour and emotion of nature. Like impressionist painters before him such as Monet, Paul's landscape paintings are painted with visible thick strokes and vibrant colour to create the illusion of the landscape and environment being in constant motion. Taking inspiration from views that stopped him in his tracks whilst exploring the landscape, the paintings in this collection depict scenes such as golden autumnal woodlands and tranquil lily ponds.