Rhossili Cliffs from the Beach


The majestic limestone cliffs rising about 200feet above Rhossili beach, with the tidal island of Worm’s Head in the distance. The Gower Peninsula was the UK’s first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

This is a rather larger painting than I have been making recently and I enjoyed the freedom of working larger. I have tried to keep it simple and not get bogged down in too much detail.

Oil on canvas mounted on MDF panel 24″x18″ (60x46cm)

This painting is available to purchase unframed. Enquiries to: pobbles2000@yahoo.com

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4 Responses to Rhossili Cliffs from the Beach

  1. Nice painting, you really captured the mood of the cliffs well. I also like the sense of drama you created in the clouds and waves.

  2. Emma Cownie says:

    Beautiful gentle pastel tones, Les.

  3. pobbles2000 says:

    Thanks Emma, much appreciated.

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