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Sold by: David Harrison, United Kingdom (UK)
Paintings, 2018, .3 × 39.37 × 51.81 cm

The “Bathers” is drawn on arches 300lb hot pressed paper
a combination of charcoal and graphite was used.
The drawing size is plus a 7.62 off white mount and a black wooden frame ready to be hung.

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The Bathers – amazing drawing by David Harrison. At BeArte Gallery you can buy it directly from the artist.

‘Bathers’ is a drawing using charcoal and graphite. It was produced in July 2018 and took approximately 4 weeks to complete.
I love working with charcoal and graphite I am able to produce a wide tonal range of marks. The scene is a group or family of people enjoying swimming in the Atlantic sea.

The beach is one of shingle and pebbles, the waves are coming into shore and the group of people are interacting with each other. One is pointing to something or someone in the distance. I enjoyed drawing this scene and trying to evoke light and atmosphere and also the harmony of the composition.

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Weight 3.62 kg
Dimensions .3 × 39.37 × 51.81 cm

David Harrison

I was born in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk in the UK and have been drawing for approximately 40 years.
Paintings are made on canvas or board in oils or acrylics. In the case of gouache, I use heavyweight watercolour paper. In recent years I have experimented with mixed media. This process can be quite lengthy because the finished painting is based on drawings that can take a month or more to produce. I enjoy painting Landscapes plain air. My method is to visit the same location over two or three days at the same time each day, usually early morning or late afternoon. I love drawing especially with charcoal, for there is such a wide range of mark-making that can be produced.

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