Britain in Watercolour

As a change from my usual Friday poem, I copy below six of my watercolour (pen and wash) paintings of scenes from around the British Isles ( © WHB ) . . .


The overhanging crag of Kilnsey is one of Wharfedale’s (Yorkshire) most dramatic sights.


River Colne, Essex, passing through Wivenhoe


The quayside at Peel a historic fishing port on the west coast of the Isle of Man


Riverside properties on the North bank of the River Thames at Walton-on-Thames in Surrey


West Green, Stokesley, a small market town in North Yorkshire


Mont Orgueil is a castle overlooking the harbour of Gorey in Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands 

10 thoughts on “Britain in Watercolour

  1. YOu really are talented! I love the Wivenhoe picture. I’ve been in that pub The Rose and Crown I think it’s called. My sister lived just a little further along the quay and her husband still living there. It’s a quirky little place!

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  2. Roland, you have enthralled me this sunny morning. These paintings are exquisite;
    the colours delicate and yet strong. You make them all shine with beauty from without and within.
    Have you had exhibitions of your work? Guess I could have checked on the net.😊 .
    Thank you s show!

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