The Story of a Painting: Ingleborough, Spring by Ian Scott Massie
The plan for this painting was as part of a triptych of the Three Peaks - Penyghent, Ingleborough and Whernside. The theme was to be a portrait of the peaks in springtime.
Ingleborough is a very special place. Not only have I climbed up and over it, I’ve also been through some of the pot holes under it. Its beautiful profile is visible from the Lake District, Morecambe Bay and from most of the hill tops in the Yorkshire Dales. Many artists have painted it, including J M W Turner.
The exhibition comprises the studies through which the painting developed and the final painting as part of a triptych of the 3 Peaks.
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INGLEBOROUGH, STUDY 1 - framed 10x10" -£245
INGLEBOROUGH, STUDY 2 - framed 10x10 -£245
INGELBOROUGH FROM THE EAST- framed. - 16x12” £370
INGLEBOROUGH, EARLY SPRING - framed 16x9” - £245
INGLEBOROUGH, FIRST LIGHT - framed 16x9” £245
THE THREE PEAKS
Penyghent Ingleborough Whernside
Orignal watercolour triptych - framed 21x26 - SOLD