Keith Burtonshaw (1930-2008) was a highly proficient artist, influenced by Constable, Gainsborough and Reynolds. Watercolour was his principal medium, also occasionally oil, graphite and pastel. Landscapes were his lifelong interest and he painted many views of areas of natural beauty around the UK, such as Scotland and the Scottish Highlands, the Lake District, the South Downs, the West Country, East Anglia, the Yorkshire Dales and Kent.
This one is of Loweswater, one of the smaller lakes in the English Lake District, and was painted just 1 year before he died.
Approx Size: Frame 30 1/2″ x 23″ (78 x 58 cm)
Picture 21″ x 15″ (53 x 38 cm)
Contact: Mike Binns
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