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Post by Adrian Horsnell on October 8th 2019, 5:58 pm

Hi Graeme,

That's great, it's good to know that I dated it more or less correctly - thank you! The copper beech tree in the right hand side middle distance shows that it was painted when summer was well advanced  but I suppose the clincher is the golden brown of the hay fields in the far distance.

Incidentally, from about the late 1970's onwards my father always  included the copyright when he sold paintings  so if for any reason you wanted to make a card or notelet from a photo of the painting you have no copyright  restrictions to be concerned about.

Thanks again,
Best regards
Adrian
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Post by denbydump on October 8th 2019, 7:05 pm

What an interesting thread this has turned out to be, absolutely fascinating.
My father was an artist and art lecturer, and like your father, was doing an outline
sketch on the rows in Chester. A passer-by offered to buy the finished painting,
after only seeing the sketch, which was finished at home, and sold later.
I only vaguely remember it, as it did several in Chester.
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