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6 watercolour paintings of Steeple Bumpstead

PUBLISHED: 12:53 17 October 2016 | UPDATED: 12:53 17 October 2016

VIEW FROM THE CHURCHYARD
The magnificent sun light of the memorial stones needed no explanation, A privilege to paint.

VIEW FROM THE CHURCHYARD The magnificent sun light of the memorial stones needed no explanation, A privilege to paint.

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Resident artists James Merriott continues his watercolour tour of Essex

ROSES AT THE DOOR
A superb arrangement with a beautiful door enhanced by rich red roses.ROSES AT THE DOOR A superb arrangement with a beautiful door enhanced by rich red roses.

View from the churchyard

The magnificent sun light of the memorial stones needed no extra enticement. It was a privilege to paint.

THE FOX AND HOUNDS
Such a picturesque country Inn provided the incentive for a successful painting.THE FOX AND HOUNDS Such a picturesque country Inn provided the incentive for a successful painting.

Roses at the door

A superb arrangement with a beautiful door enhanced by rich red roses,

THE OLD BUTCHERS SHOP
the narrow tall design of this building gave me extra incentive to paint it.THE OLD BUTCHERS SHOP the narrow tall design of this building gave me extra incentive to paint it.

The fox and hounds

Such a picturesque country inn provided the incentive for a successful painting.

THE MOOT HALL
Conspicuous and enthralling at the centre of the village.THE MOOT HALL Conspicuous and enthralling at the centre of the village.

The old butchers shop

The narrow tall design of this building gave me extra incentive to paint it.

ST. MARY'S CHURCH
A wonderful view incorporating all the beauty of the buildings magnificent architecture.ST. MARY'S CHURCH A wonderful view incorporating all the beauty of the buildings magnificent architecture.

The moot hall

Conspicuous and enthralling at the centre of the village.

St Mary’s church

A wonderful view incorporating all the beauty of the buildings magnificent architecture.

Get in Touch.

You can contact James at:

Cottage Corner Art,

9 Byron road,

Hutton,

Brentwood,

CM13 2RU

01277 210728

www.cottagecornerart.co.uk

jamesmerriott_art@btinternet.com

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