Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Wentworth Church - Yorkshire

Views around Wentworth II

There's a lovely public footpath in Wentworth running from Clayfield Lane to the Sawmills. It traverses a number of  fields as it passes through the Fitzwilliam Estate. The views from here are magnificent. This painting features a view south from there. The Holy Trinity Church can just be seen as it  rises above the trees in the distance.

Measuring 10" x 6.5" on canvas board, this acrylic painting is #11 of 52.
One a week for a year.


  1. Very bright and colourful, sure this will sell quickly. Diane

  2. Hello Mr.D
    Congratulations on being my first male comment.
    Yes, just call me Mrs. Ostrich, I am far too sensitive to cope with this world as it is at the
    moment, but maybe it has always been the same and I have changed in my prime (a nicer word than old age.D)
    What a challenge you have set with a painting week.
    I love the thistles, I could just see that worked in threads.

  3. Oh this is VERY pretty and happy!

  4. Thank you for popping by my blog. I come from South Yorkshire so I know many of the places you paint. Really bright and cheery work - just what's needed for these grey days!

  5. We must have passed each other at some time as I am often found stomping around Wentworth. Lovely painting.

  6. I found one of your sheffield paintings... have you any more?

  7. What cheery paintings you're producing! Thanks for stopping by my blog today and leaving a comment.