Harrogate Springtime

By Chris Sheldrake


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Chris Sheldrake
Artwork Medium:
Artwork Type:
Artwork Size:
0.3in x 0.3in
Frame Size:
20in x 20in
Edition Details:
My Referece is Studio number 0341

Painted in 2018. The condition is 100%


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I have all my worked packaged by my Framer, as he has all the proper equipment to wrap properly. have shipped to Australia with no damage to the framed painting.


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As I live local and have painted this several times both in watercolour and oil. The picture is of Bettys Cafe Harrogate a busy area, lots of people about and cars, I have kept the traffic to a minimum.
the picture has been painted on Panel/board I have used oils as the colour range is fantastic on artist quality W/N. The picture is not framed, but if you request it framed I can have it framed. On the reverse is the certificate of Authenticity signed by myself.

Artist Information

Chris Sheldrake

As a professional self-taught artist, the study of light, movement and atmosphere are among a few of the essential requirements Chris Sheldrake needs to depict and create an expression of our changing world. He likes to think his work is characterised by applying these elements, and exaggerating the subject a little to affect a distinctive style. Applying these changes to everyday situations, and allowing himself to use a little imagination provides Chris with the opportunity to try and create a visual impact! Chris Sheldrake’s motivation is driven by conveying to the viewer a “WOW” factor, hoping the viewer is enticed to use their imagination and search for the illusive reality in his paintings. Chris tries to search out unusual scenes having been lucky enough to have travelled around the world. Working mainly from sketches and photographs, Chris paints mostly from his studio. He paints on fairly large surfaces using oil, acrylic and watercolour. His portfolio consists of nearly 300 paintings. Chris believes that his style is somewhere in-between realism and surrealism, in which he has tried to apply to city, town and landscapes. Chris has travelled around the world and has taken many pictures that he works from, however he has mainly lived in Harrogate and Knaresborough in which he has taken much of his inspiration from and has painted on several occasions.

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