185 - MORPETH MARKET PLACE IN THE 19th CENTURY - DAVE EDWARDS - INK - 1991 by BLYTHART
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185 - MORPETH MARKET PLACE IN THE 19th CENTURY - DAVE EDWARDS - INK - 1991 by 


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I drew this eighteen years ago, using Rotring pens. Morpeth is half an hour’s drive from my house.

FEATURED BY PEN AND INK CORNER – 22nd September 2012

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blythart, dave edwards, morpeth, dafydd edwards, ink, pen and ink

I am a retired man who enjoys expressing himself in pencils and paints. I have had two solo exhibitions in my home town and I love Redbubble. I get as much pleasure from viewing the works of other artists as from creating my own.

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  • Sean Farragher
    Sean Farragherover 6 years ago

    fantastic work

  • Dawn B Davies-McIninch
    Dawn B Davies-...over 6 years ago

    i really like tis one its really good

  • shanghaiwu
    shanghaiwuover 6 years ago

    such detail

    BRILLIANT BRILLIANT BRILLIANT

  • shanghaiwu
    shanghaiwuover 6 years ago

    I am looking at the stones/this is superb and think that is what I noticed in your later work/this has been developed over time/maybe this is so/love it

  • catblack
    catblackover 6 years ago

    woooooo so realistic, love it!

  • Catblack … I predict that you will create much better work than this if you keep at it …. I pride myself on spotting talent.

    – BLYTHART

  • Martin Derksema
    Martin Derksemaover 6 years ago

    Good one, dave. So rich in details and textures and tones. Love the vague background that adds so much depth to this drawing. A stunning beauty!

  • Jen Cannella
    Jen Cannellaover 6 years ago

    Really beautiful work!

  • Colin Cartwright
    Colin Cartwrightover 6 years ago

    Well I wasn’t around when you submitted this first time. Just shows you how clueless most viewers are, if they passed over this beauty, without even bothering to comment.
    You know I love Thomas Hair watecolours from the 1830’s. This has the same flavour for me. You could add gentle watercolour washes (to a print of this, using canvas print paper) to try a fresh style to it.

  • Firstly Colin … where would I find pictures by Thomas Hair?
    Secondly … I have a few prints of this (I used to sell them) and I might try what you suggest. I fancy trying line and wash and even bought an instruction book. I also fancy trying A3 size, as I always use A4. Thanks for your encouragement and advice … it is appreciated.

    – BLYTHART

  • pinkyjain
    pinkyjainover 6 years ago

    Not interested? They must have been blind, or stupid, or both. This is totally wonderful, your detail is amazing, the B&W glorious. i love this!!!!!!

  • I had to have plenty detail in as it is a historic record, so I did lots of measuring and it took almost twelve hours altogether.

    – BLYTHART

  • MinoYasue
    MinoYasueover 6 years ago

    So detailed and accurate! Great composition and contrast!

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