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Stroudley's Improved Engine Green by Rasendyll

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The first of a series of paintings of pre-grouping (will make sense to UK Train enthusiasts, but basically pre 1923) locomotives I painted a few years ago. If people like this one I might get the others scanned. This is an E2 4-4-0 of the London, Brighton and South Coast in a livery described by their engineer, William Stroudley as "Improved Engine Green. Yes, I know, it isn’t green, but I think it suits the loco all the same.

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grouping, locomotive, ochre, oil, pre, steam, train, vintage

Comments

  • camera3438
    camera3438over 6 years ago

    I don`t profess to be qualified to comment on paintings, excepy to say I like it very much

  • Ann Garrett
    Ann Garrettover 6 years ago

    Looks good to me

  • Rod  Adams
    Rod Adamsover 6 years ago

    Beautiful Work, and I am qualified..LOL

  • Woodie
    Woodieover 6 years ago

    looks ok to me too!!!;-))

  • Antanas
    Antanasover 6 years ago

    beautiful capture

  • GraemesDesigns
    GraemesDesignsover 6 years ago

    Preferred Marshes Umber myself on Brighton Locos………LOL.
    Ive browsed through all your loco paintings, and they are good to say the least. I think I like Iron Duke best, but this comes a very close second – Grand Work
    (from a self confessed Southern England loco nutcase)

  • Rasendyll
    Rasendyllover 6 years ago

    Graeme- I suspect I always like the incongruity of the Stroudley livery…such an unlikely colour to paint a locomotive. Thanks for the kind words.

    I must admit my own obsession lies slightly more in a western direction, but I try to vary my subject matter-theres a limit to how often you can paint works featuring Brunswick green, copper chimney cap and brass safety valve bonnet!

    Paul.

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtover 4 years ago

    Please consider putting this into the 49er With Wheels group.
    Ground transportation vehicles built prior to and including 1949
    Your cohosts Cee and Chris

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