1 Fine Art idyllic Large Oil Painting Scottish Stags Denizens Of The Highlands Signed Wendy Reeves.
Title of the painting is "Denizens of the Highlands".
This painting transports you to the beloved Scottish Highlands open spacious countryside, evoking a sense of serenity.
Having incredible beautiful such detailed perspective, you can see 4 Scottish Highland Stag deer, 1 is standing imposing pose like a Monach looking right towards the Glen, the other nearby to the right is laying down peacefully looking to the left. The third is further back peeking over looking towards the centre. With the forth positioned bear ancient stone boulders with his head bowing down. You can see a river flowing through the scene, with heather and grass lands foliage. You can really feel the atmosphere with the clouds coming down to the Highlands.
Highly sought after by Museums, art galleries, collectors, dealers, TV film studio, theatres, production companys, due to the nature of the scene.
Signed by the famous British artist Wendy Reeves 1944- Present.
Biography of the artist Wendy Reeves garnered acclaim for her Scottish Highland and Lakeland paintings. Born in 1944 in Ewell, Surrey, she is the oldest of 5 children and took to her father Gordon’s craft who was an accomplished artist, deciding early on that she would be a painter.
Prior to her famous paintings of the British Isles, artist Wendy Reeves painted scenes from a trip she made to Spain when she was 21. It was during this time that her dream of following in her father’s footsteps became a reality, and when she returned to England she cemented her name as an artist.
Wendy Reeves' paintings showcase her talent with natural landscapes and the wildlife that inhabits them. Her work often features ochre and pink lights, and she typically works in oils or pastels. Wendy Reeves' art work can be found exhibited in leading galleries throughout the UK. She travelled extensively throughout the British Isles and Southern Ireland painting her beloved highland and Lakeland scenery.
She lived in London for eighteen months but found the constrictions of city life did not suit her and so she moved to Sussex where she worked happily for three years before moving to East Anglia.
Wendy loves painting mountains especially the- Scottish Highlands. Many hours are spent studying the landscape and particularly fishing subjects, taking notes and sketches before committing oil to canvas in order that her paintings are technically correct with many of her paintings having been taken as examples in books about fishing.
Wendy’s paintings are well balanced works of art using reflections in the water to give a feeling of quietness and peace with the mountains providing a dramatic back drop to the painting with the sun’s rays picking out areas of interest with contrasting areas of shade. Provenance purchased from a private sellers art collection.
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Set in a modern contemporary light gilt frame.
Hanging thread on the back ready for immediate home display.
Circa late 20th century.
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