A lovely interpretation of the view of Corfe Castle, Purbeck, as seen from the top of West Hill.
Eleanor chooses to paint 'en plein air' wherever possible, which gives her work a freshness, as does her choice of materials. By using oil bar and oil pastels she is able to create wonderful textures that 'melt' into the paper. These materials have the buttery consistency of oil paint, but with the immediacy and ease of charcoals and pastels, which means she uses no brushes at all.
- This print is mounted in off-white
- Approximate measurements: Small 30.5 x 40.5cm mount (image size 20.4 x 29); Medium 40.7 x 51cm mount (image size 29 x 41.5)