As a studio-based artist, I paint in a traditional style, paying careful attention to light, shade, detail and colour interpretation in order to achieve a high degree of artistic realism.
BUYING ART: Please contact the relevant art galleries that currently stock my marine, landscape and cityscape paintings (which are listed on the Gallery Representation page) if you are interested in purchasing one or more of my paintings.
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JULY 2020 - Latest Artworks by Mark Woollacott
Watermouth Cove, Summer Evening | 24 x 36 inches | Acrylic on canvas | AVAILABLE FOR SALE.
TITLE: A View of Ilfracombe from Hillsborough | Commissioned painting | Size: 30 x 40 cm.
This wonderful landscape painting was commissioned recently. It shows the coastal town of Ilfracombe, as viewed from the elevated vantage of Hillsborough: one of a number of hills that overlook the town's working harbour. This detailed acrylic painting was painted on an extra fine grain linen panel.
The Prince's Trust
TITLE: A View From the Watkin Path, Snowdonia | CLICK OR TAP ON THE IMAGE ABOVE FOR MORE INFO ABOUT THIS PAINTING
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