Newquay Harbour Flowers

Diane Griffiths

Cornish art by British contemporary artist Diane Griffiths. In the 15th century the harbour or ‘new quay’ was built which is said to give Newquay its name today. This contemporary painting is based on a view looking over the harbour and across the Newquay beaches and coastline. Wildflowers framing the bottom of the painting as your eye is drawn into the centre over the boats, through the harbour entrance and beyond. It’s a bright and cheerful painting, reminding me of a sunny spring day.

Original artwork by British Artist Diane Griffiths.
Acrylic, oil and enamel on 30x30cm canvas with painted sides.
Also available framed in a high quality white or black wooden floater frame.
Framed measurements: 33cm x 33cm, depth 3cm.
Signed with Certificate of Authenticity.

  • Media: Acrylic, Oil
  • Subject: Landscape
  • Size: 30cm x 30cm

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