Poplar Grove, Dusk

oil painting by adam cope , poplars trees, dusk

‘Poplar Grove, Dusk ‘
Oil on MDF panel

33 x 41cm (approx 13 x 16 inches) – 6 figure format francais
© adam cope

These groves of trees are planted not far from the river Dropt. All straight & square, they are grown for cardboard boxes. I like openness & airiness of the groves. Not quiet field, not quiet wood. An ‘in-between space’. BTW, they have a bright orange fungus on their trunks , just like walnut trees in winter.

Colour Study in Oil

”The Sluice Gate’

Small Size Oil on Masonite
23 x 25 cm
© adam cope
100 euros ex P & P
The small study is an effort to simplify & to prioritise colour over detail & tonality. Just a study, just a little inkling of an idea… Take it further into a fully resolved large size oil?

It is by great economy of means that one arrives at simplicity of expression. (Henri Cartier-Bresson)

How difficult it is to be simple. (Vincent van Gogh)

Out of intense complexities, intense simplicities emerge. (Winston Churchill)

 

Walnuts #4

Here’s the four walnut paintings all together.

Oil on Panel
15 x 30cm (approx 6 x 12 inches).
© The Artist.

Each painting : 100 € via PayPal

Walnuts #3

‘Walnuts #3’
Oil on Panel.
15 x 30cm (approx 6 x 13 inches).
© The Artist.

100 €uros via PayPal

The format of this small sized oil is three times a 6″ x 4″ postcard.

Walnuts #2

Oil on Panel
15 x 30cm (approx 6 x 12 inches).
© adam cope
sold

about walnuts…

Walnuts are one of the principal crops of the Dordogne & feature in our regional cuisine. The orchards are very beautiful places. It’s quiet common to see large walnut trees in the middle of fields or near to farms, where they are loved for the nuts they provide.

‘Le Noyer’ (‘The Walnut Tree’)
1998
oil on canvas
87 x 70 cm (Approx 35 x 28 inches)
© adam cope


‘Walnuts & Brambles’
2007
30 x 40 cm (approx 16 x 12 inches)
© adam cope

Walnuts #1

oil painting of walnuts
Walnuts #1
oil on panel
30 x 15cm (approx 12 x 6 inches).
© adam cope
sold

 

nut oh (wal) nuts…

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