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  • Colin Cartwright
    Colin Cartwrightover 6 years ago

    Wonderful industrial American scene, Jude.
    The bridge and big smoke/steam plumes, are visually dramatic.
    Excellent photowork. Which is really photojournalism.

    I have a series of watercolors you might like, based on the heavy industry around my area, from the 1830’s. An unknown master, called Thomas Hair.

    Regards
    Colin.

  • Thank you! I’m still at the point where I"m kind of shocked when some of my images come out this well :)
    Actually, I hope that never ends…

    I will look up Thomas Hair – my Dad is originally form Newcastle (well, Chester Le Street).

    – jude walton

  • Colin Cartwright
    Colin Cartwrightover 6 years ago

    There’s very little on Hair’s work on Google. Very sad, an unknown watercolourist of the master standard, unjeard of evenn hisown town. When the world’s attention is on the childish rubbish of L.S. Lowry, it’s really sad.

    Ah, small world, I live 5 miles north of Chester le Street, in Gateshead.

  • Geir Floede
    Geir Floedeover 6 years ago

    Very great done. The sepia plays very well to this industrial settings.

  • Maria  Moro
    Maria Moroover 5 years ago

    Please consider one of your artworks for our Shapes in SMOKE & FOG Challenge

  • Thanks! It’s entered… though there are some GREAT shots in there :)

    – jude walton

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