Blustery Afternoon at St.Monans Windmill
Blustery Afternoon at St.Monans Windmill by Jem Bowden.
Jem Bowden, a renowned Crail artist, captures the essence of St. Monans in a captivating watercolour painting. Against a backdrop of dark blue clouds racing across the sky, the last remaining windmill of the area takes centre stage. Standing tall and proud, the windmill overlooks the picturesque Firth of Forth and the historic salt pans it once powered from the late 18th century until 1823. The blustery November afternoon adds a touch of drama to the scene, with gusts of wind bending the nearby grasses and creating a sense of movement. Bowden’s masterful brushstrokes and delicate use of watercolours bring to life the timeless beauty and rich history of this coastal gem in Fife.
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Available framed in a narrow oak wood moulding (18 x 13mm), glazed and with an off white mount. Framed items are sent by courier for their protection.
Media: Watercolour on Bockingford paper, 200lb (420g).
Image: 310 x 510mm
Framed: 705 x 515mm, outer
|Dimensions||74 × 55 × 5 cm|
Unmounted, Mounted, Framed