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Post by Pip November 21st 2008, 10:24 pm

An impulse purchase bought today at auction.  Paul and I love Cornwall so this reminds us of holidays but apart from that it's a nice quirky little oil painting, really vibrant colours - not sure of the date but I'm going to contact the artist (he's based locally) and ask him.

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Post by Carolyn Preston November 22nd 2008, 1:54 am

That's fabulous. Does it bring back wonderful memories. I have a
"Scotland" wall that include a variety of pictures picked up in
Scotland and a few of Scotland picked up here. Brings back fabulous
memories every time I see them.

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Post by Pip November 22nd 2008, 10:19 am

Thank you Carolyn - yes it brings back memories of a holiday we had once (pre-Lottie days) in Port Isaac - just a simple holiday where we did lots of walking along the cliffs and National Trust trails and ate crab salads for lunch and scones and clotted cream with pots of tea in the afternoon.

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Post by big ed November 22nd 2008, 6:15 pm

Really love the painting pip, kath's brother lives in perranporth in cornwall , when we visit it really is a breath of fresh air , your painting really captures the place , nice one ,Ed
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Post by big ed November 22nd 2008, 6:24 pm

Another point pip, is the regitration on the boat FY , that's a Fowey registration , not saying painting is of fowey , but it might be , Ed
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Post by Pip November 22nd 2008, 7:20 pm

You're probably right Ed. I'm glad you like the painting :-)

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Post by Carolyn Preston November 23rd 2008, 12:26 am

Pip wrote:Thank you Carolyn - yes it brings back memories of a
holiday we had once (pre-Lottie days) in Port Isaac - just a simple
holiday where we did lots of walking along the cliffs and National
Trust trails and ate crab salads for lunch and scones and clotted cream
with pots of tea in the afternoon.

Sounds absolutely delightful. I have read so many books that have taken
place in Cornwall. I would really love to visit some time.

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