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Picture by Brian Irving

£199.00 Out Of Stock

Product description

This picture of a shepherd and his dog is an original work confirmed by Antony Bentley the person who framed the picture. It is a coloured pen and ink drawing.
The artist
Brian Irving was born in Bradford and discovered his passion for painting in middle life. He comes from farming stock and a life style change gave him the opportunity to examine his early experience and love of nature in watercolour.

Brian farmed in Wharfedale during the transition from horse and hand labour to more modern farming methods and many of his paintings are evocative of that period. Though farming no longer, he never left Wharfedale and lived amid the sheep, fells, drystone walls and the farming figures which are his trademark. He died in 2013.
This work shows echoes his experiences and observations of his life in the Wharfe Valley. This is a collecter's piece.

Item details

Condition:
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About this item

This picture of a shepherd and his dog is an original work confirmed by Antony Bentley the person who framed the picture. It is a coloured pen and ink drawing.
The artist
Brian Irving was born in Bradford and discovered his passion for painting in middle life. He comes from farming stock and a life style change gave him the opportunity to examine his early experience and love of nature in watercolour.

Brian farmed in Wharfedale during the transition from horse and hand labour to more modern farming methods and many of his paintings are evocative of that period. Though farming no longer, he never left Wharfedale and lived amid the sheep, fells, drystone walls and the farming figures which are his trademark. He died in 2013.
This work shows echoes his experiences and observations of his life in the Wharfe Valley. This is a collecter's piece.

Condition:
Fine

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