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d'ART ID#: 109033
Length: 9.00 IN (22.86 cm)
Height: 5.50 IN (13.97 cm)
Depth: 0.00 IN (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created: 0
Media Types:
Lithograph , Paper , Reproduction
Style & Subject:
Impressionism , Marine , Seascape
Submitted by wash2006
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John Bond
Three Sitting Figures
John Bond
Limited Edition Prints - US $75.00

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"Three Sitting Figures" by John Bond

Photo Litho

Edition Size - 500


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John Bond

English artist John Bond follows in a fine tradition of artist's who know and love the varied and ever changing landscapes of East Anglia, France and The Caribbean. His atmospheric studies of shore or marsh, field, fen or woodland capture the epitome of the scene observed. Sometimes exciting tones reflect the warmth of the sun, sometimes subdued hues evoke winters bite or the chill that comes with autumn. Apparent is an underlying response to the seasons and a respect for country life. Working with oil on board, John's original works are beautifully crafted, his skilful union of sky, landscape and ultimately the figure or figures achieves a result now clearly recognizable as 'a Bond'. John's use of figures within his work serve to add a narrative, occasionally solitary and still, often working together, they generally claim the focus of the painting.

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