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Original watercolour painted with the finest quality Winsor and Newton artist paints on partially gesso primed acid-free paper. Overall approx 9 x 6 inches. Signed by myself. To be sold unmounted and unframed.

Abstract landscape original painting Midnight by PaulBaileyArt, Watercolor Landscape, Abstract Watercolor, Abstract Landscape, Abstract Art, Watercolour, Abstract Paintings, Bath Art, Art Station, Living Room Art

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Abstract landscape original painting - Midnight grasses - Paul Bailey

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An original watercolour, of one of Caithness' historic buildings painted onto gesso primed acid free watercolour paper. Watercolor Landscape, Abstract Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Watercolor Paintings, Watercolours, Thing 1, Film Inspiration, English Artists, Building Art

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An original watercolour, of one of Caithness' historic buildings painted onto gesso primed acid free watercolour paper. Original approximately 11 by 16 inches, but would suit a 10 by 15 aperture. One of my most complimented and popular items displayed ...

“ Dark reflections by Paul Bailey in Southminster, UK. Love this dude’s style. It looks like oil, doesn’t it? I seriously want to pick this apart but I’m going to say that for Bailey’s next. Learn Watercolor Painting, Watercolor Landscape, Abstract Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Abstract Art, Landscapes, English Artists, Contemporary Landscape, Art Oil

h2ocolor: Dark reflections by Paul Bailey in Southminster, UK. Love this dude’s style. It looks like oil, doesn’t it? I seriously want to pick this apart but I’m going to say that for Bailey’s next feature here on the gallery (because there will be many I’m sure). I want one of his works. I suggest looking through his site but also enjoy a slideshow of his work.