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Dane’s Dyke is a very atmospheric place with a history stretching back many centuries. This dyke was originally built to protect the headland of Flamborough from the marauding vikings – it worked!
The painting is done on Arches 300lb Rough with W & N Artists Watercolours

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danes dyke, flamborough, headland, historical site, vikings

As a painter of light, legend and landscape I am indebted to the wonderful medium of watercolour which gives me the versatility to incorporate many different styles in to my work.
http://www.glennmarshall.org/

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  • Laura Grogan
    Laura Groganover 4 years ago

    Lovely! :)

  • Sorry Laura – just caught up with this one after a while – thanks for your comments – they are always appreciated.

    – Glenn Marshall

  • GEORGE SANDERSON
    GEORGE SANDERSONabout 4 years ago

    Grat winter scene !!!

  • Thanks George. I’m enjoying summer but winter will be back soon enough.

    – Glenn Marshall

  • Mrswillow
    Mrswillowabout 4 years ago

  • Thanks for the feature.

    – Glenn Marshall

  • Mrswillow
    Mrswillowabout 4 years ago

    It was a very easy choice for me Glenn! Well done!

  • This is my new daily walk (well almost daily). I’ve been there this morning and of course it’s completely different – full foliage and bright sunlight – so there might be some more!

    – Glenn Marshall

  • Sally Griffin
    Sally Griffinover 3 years ago

    marvelous depth and color…your water is rich! congrats on feature!

  • Many thanks Sally

    – Glenn Marshall

  • MattCole
    MattColeover 3 years ago

    Excellent painting Glenn, I love the way you’ve used negative space to create the snow and just picked out the shape of the foliage

  • Val Spayne
    Val Spayneover 3 years ago

    Ah The Dyke. I fell in when I was a kid. Beautiful.

  • Hope you didn’t get too wet Val!

    – Glenn Marshall

  • scallyart
    scallyartover 3 years ago

    A great masterpiece. The water is superb and the light on the back trees draws the eyes through the painting.

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