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Thomas Haskett – Cottage below Garn Fawr

Original Oil on board 

Thomas Haskett - Cottage below Garn Fawr

Image size: 11″ x 7″

Thomas Haskett - Cottage below Garn Fawr - framed

Framed size: 17″ x 12″

£295.00*

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£31.00 Deposit

£22.00 per month for 12 months ( Interest Free)

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Available to buy interest free using the Arts Council of Wales’ Collectorplan scheme. see breakdown above. Full details here…

This is an Original painting and comes framed and ready to hang. It is a hand painted wood frame, there is no glass.

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Artist’s Statement.

“I’m an impressionist painter based in West Wales. I take my inspiration from the varied coastline, rocky outcrops and hills of North of Pembrokeshire. Changing light, and its effect on water is what I endeavor to capture and working en plein air is the perfect way of doing so. It’s the truest method of capturing a moment, and the essence of a place.

The majority of my work is produced on location, save for the occasional larger studio piece, which is directly informed by my work in the field.  I tend to paint and sketch in a variety of media including watercolour, ink, gouache and graphite, but painting in oil is my main concern.

I make my own paint, and work on small boards which I can carry easily. This format usually allows me to complete a painting in one session, before the light, or tide change too much.

Working in oils means that I can get a lot of information down quickly, accurately, and I’m still able to make adjustments as I paint. It’s also quite weather resistant, and so doesn’t freeze, run or fail to dry if it’s too cold.

Whilst accurate draughtsmanship and good composition are of fundamental importance to me, I strive to maintain the looseness, vitality and freshness that only painting directly from life can bring. ”