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7 watercolour paintings of Tolleshunt D’Arcy

PUBLISHED: 13:14 13 February 2017 | UPDATED: 17:09 13 February 2017

COTTAGES IN CHURCH STREET
The dappled sunlight cast from the trees opposite gave these cottages a lived in feel.

COTTAGES IN CHURCH STREET The dappled sunlight cast from the trees opposite gave these cottages a lived in feel.

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Resident artist James Merriott continues his warercolour tour of Essex, this time in Tolleshunt D’Arcy

D'ARCY HOUSE ENTRANCE
This focal point of a beautiful building deserved to be given priority.D'ARCY HOUSE ENTRANCE This focal point of a beautiful building deserved to be given priority.

Cottages In Church Street

The dappled sunlight cast from the trees opposite gave these cottages a lived in feel.

MALDON ROAD
This attractive cottage at the side of the road is an indication of the picturesque houses to be seen in the village.MALDON ROAD This attractive cottage at the side of the road is an indication of the picturesque houses to be seen in the village.

D’Arcy House Entrance

This focal point of a beautiful building desrved to be given priority.

PATHWAY FROM THE CHURCHYARD
The perfect composition for a watercolour. A sunlit footpath from a churchyard in shadow.PATHWAY FROM THE CHURCHYARD The perfect composition for a watercolour. A sunlit footpath from a churchyard in shadow.

Maldon Road

This attractive cottage at the side of the road is an indication of the picturesque houses which can be seen in the village.

THE QUEENS HEAD INN
The Queens Head has everything surrounding it to make it special. Accompanying cottage, telephone box post box, the pub sign and not least the backdrop of trees.THE QUEENS HEAD INN The Queens Head has everything surrounding it to make it special. Accompanying cottage, telephone box post box, the pub sign and not least the backdrop of trees.

Pathway From The Churchyard

The perfect composition for a watercolour - a sunlit footpath from a churchyard in shadow.

ST. NICHOLAS' CHURCH	
I chose an unusual angle for this painting with emphasis concentrated on the tower and the porch.ST. NICHOLAS' CHURCH I chose an unusual angle for this painting with emphasis concentrated on the tower and the porch.

The Queen’s Head Inn

The Queen’s Head has the perfect surroundings to make it special. an accompanying cottage, telephone box, post box, the pub sign and not least the backdrop of trees.

THE WEATHER VANE
Set high from the roadway with superbly crafted timberwork supporting it.THE WEATHER VANE Set high from the roadway with superbly crafted timberwork supporting it.

St Nicholas’ Church

I chose an unusual angle for this painting with emphasis concentrated on the tower and the porch.

The Weather Vane

Set high from the roadway, the weather vane has superbly crafted timberwork supporting it.

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