Old boat – Glasson Dock
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Once the largest port in the North West, importing cotton, sugar, spices and slaves from Africa and the Indies, Glasson Dock situated on the head branch of the Lancaster Canal has changed significantly since the harbour opened in 1787. Today, Glasson Dock is a scheduled monument, and a great place to spend a sunny day out.
My original artwork is created using pen and a variety of water-soluble media, watercolour (White Knight watercolours) watercolour pencils, ink, Inktense pencils and blocks from Derwent, and occasionally Brusho on Bockingford hot or cold pressed paper
Print size 14 x 11 inches – Mounted, backed and bagged.
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