Howgills Series

The Howgill Fells lie between The Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales - roughly in between a triangle formed by the towns of Sedbergh, Kirkby Stephen and Tebay. To the west the fells are bounded by the M6 motorway - giving dramatic views on the reach to Tebay. Celebrated fellwalker A Wainwright described the Howgills as looking like a herd of sleeping elephants - publishing his book 'Walks on the Howgill Fells' in 1972. Journeying up to Appleby-in-Westmorland the following paintings were developed from studies done on the same, predominantly warm, summers day.  

SMALL PAINTINGS:

Hills and Shadows

oil on canvas (255x205mm framed)

£200 - SOLD

Howgill Fells and Rainbow

oil on canvas (255x205mm framed)

£200 - SOLD

Summer Sky over Hills

oil on canvas (255x205mm framed)

£200 - SOLD

Stone Wall and Shadows

oil on canvas (205x255mm framed)

£200 - SOLD

Fields, Hills and Summer Sky

oil on canvas (205x255mm framed)

£200

Heart-Shaped Wood - High Carlingill

oil on canvas (205x255mm framed)

£200 - SOLD

MEDIUM PAINTINGS:

Patchwork Hills

oil on canvas (560x460mm framed)

£500 - SOLD

Wild Fells

oil on canvas (560x460mm framed)

£500 - SOLD

Wandering Sheep over Will Fells

oil on canvas (560x460mm framed)

£500 - SOLD

Deep Shadows and Roadside Stone Wall

oil on canvas (560x460mm framed)

£500 - SOLD

High Carlingill and Beyond

oil on canvas (560x460mm framed)

£500 - SOLD