This oil painting depicts a G.W.R Bulldog Class
No. 430 “Inchcape” (later 3430), built in 1899, in
express mode. Looks like the fireman is putting
coal on the fire.

Tags

engine, great, railway, steam, western

Comments

  • LocomotiveArt
    LocomotiveArtover 6 years ago

    Well done Olive, nice use of texture.

  • dummy
    dummyover 6 years ago

    Wow…what a painting..What medium did you use? You are quite the craftsman (craftswoman) the detail is excellent. I thought the steam engines of the 1940s were most interesting but now I better take another look. This is tremendous. Well done to say the least. Regards from Dummy……….

  • Sorry I didn’t reply to your kind comments about my painting before Gene. I must have been away at the time and overlooked it. Thank you. – Olive

    – Olive Denyer

  • dummy
    dummyover 6 years ago

    Sorry, I see this was an oil painting. I asked what medium but now I see. I think old age is effecting me. Ha Ha

  • darkestartist
    darkestartistabout 6 years ago

    very nicely done. this type of painting is why i wanted to start an Oils group!

  • Thank you for your encouraging comment, and I am glad I am able to use my God given talent to make people happy. – Olive

    – Olive Denyer

  • cdcantrell
    cdcantrellover 5 years ago

    Olive,very nice I like your train

  • Thank you for your kind comment, much appreciated. – Olive

    – Olive Denyer

  • Colin Cartwright
    Colin Cartwrightover 5 years ago

    Excellent painting of this colourful train.
    The steam is especially exuberant.
    The proportions of the engine and carriages are wonderful – superb perspective and realism.

  • Thank you very much Colin for your extremely appreciative comments. It make me feel happy you like this painting so much. – Olive

    – Olive Denyer

  • naturelover
    natureloverover 5 years ago

    Outstanding work- love this!!!

  • Thank you Pauline for most encouraging comment. – Olive

    – Olive Denyer

  • Carole Robins
    Carole Robinsabout 4 years ago

    What a beautiful painting, so very well done!

  • Thank you Carol for your encouraging comment. I really enjoyed painting this, and like you, I have had no formal training and have not been influenced by others to do things in a a, so called, correct way! It is best to paint in your own style which has been developed through your own experience and own improvement. – Olive

    – Olive Denyer

  • Edward Denyer
    Edward Denyerover 3 years ago

    Nicely painting, good textures.

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