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This work is a studio painting of a dramatic sky encountered one winter evening in a suburban district of Liverpool, UK. 

Captured by photograph initially, it depicts the treeline of Mossley Hill, and across the Mersey to the distant lights of the Wirral with the Welsh hills beyond.

The work was quickly rendered with expressive brushwork in an attempt to retain something of the fleeting nature of the moment, the movement of the brooding clouds, and the spectacular, darkening sky. 

Its title is a reference to the motto of the nearby township of Wavertree, similarly consumed by the city.

Exhibited at the Williamson Gallery, Birkenhead.
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This work is a studio painting of a dramatic sky encountered one winter evening in a suburban district of Liverpool, UK. 

Captured by photograph initially, it depicts the treeline of Mossley Hill, and across the Mersey to the distant lights of the Wirral with the Welsh hills beyond.

The work was quickly rendered with expressive brushwork in an attempt to retain something of the fleeting nature of the moment, the movement of the brooding clouds, and the spectacular, darkening sky. 

Its title is a reference to the motto of the nearby township of Wavertree, similarly consumed by the city.

Exhibited at the Williamson Gallery, Birkenhead.
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Floreat Mossleiam Painting

John Elcock

United Kingdom

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 18.7 W x 12.6 H x 1.8 D in

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This work is a studio painting of a dramatic sky encountered one winter evening in a suburban district of Liverpool, UK. Captured by photograph initially, it depicts the treeline of Mossley Hill, and across the Mersey to the distant lights of the Wirral with the Welsh hills beyond. The work was quickly rendered with expressive brushwork in an attempt to retain something of the fleeting nature of the moment, the movement of the brooding clouds, and the spectacular, darkening sky. Its title is a reference to the motto of the nearby township of Wavertree, similarly consumed by the city. Exhibited at the Williamson Gallery, Birkenhead.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:18.7 W x 12.6 H x 1.8 D in

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Visual artist whose work is primarily concerned with landscape, the symbolism of birds and aspects of the divine.

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