Wednesday, February 17, 2010


Terrick Williams,
The Cornish Coast,
16 x 20 inches

The touches of sunlight on the rocks take only a few moments to add (usually last) but go along way towards bringing a scene to life.
See also the dots of lights on the waves in the post below, and imagine the painting without them.

Terrick Williams (20 July 1860 – 20 July 1936) was a British painter and a member of the Royal Academy. During his lifetime, Williams became one of the most successful painters in London.

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