Tuesday, 16 December 2008

An Edwardian Townscape

Today my painting is a scene of Manchester. I chose an old photograph as reference to see the architecture that existed at the time and then I adopt my own palette and composition. I move buildings about to suite and put in things to create a bit of interest. In the main a mood rather than topographical or architectural accuracy is my intension. This is what I also like to paint and for some reason this period comes into my townscapes regulary.
I hope you enjoy this painting.


Please view more paintings at http://www.trevorlingard.co.uk/

6 comments:

caseytoussaint said...

This is beautiful, and perfectly captures European weather in December! I just spent an enjoyable few minutes looking at your work. This is my first visit to your blog, but not my last.

Trevor Lingard said...

Casey
Thank you for contacting me.
I am ever so pleased you have.
Your comments are greatly appreciated.
Kind Regards

splynch said...

I am loving these period pieces. you really capture the spirit of the time. Not to mention the rain!

David M. Crews said...

Hi Trevor-

I was happy to find your link through John Salmon's blog. Your work is great. This one reminds me of John Singer Sargents watercolors of Venice.

Jala Pfaff said...

Wow, this is stunning! Bravo!

Lavana said...

Oh,I love this kind of tones...