Successful Deer Hunt, Scotland by Joe Hush

Successful Deer Hunt, Scotland

Successful Deer Hunt, Scotland
Acrylic on Canvas 4' x 2'6" SOLD
A Commissioned painting for a customer in Wales.
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oh my god is this an AMAZING painting! I love the landscape in scotland and I definately love this work! it ist fantastic, this atmosphere! so peaceful
The galloways there.. so cute !
over 4 years ago
Beautiful, excellent detail!!
over 4 years
Wow Joe.
This is absolutely wonderful.
I love those mountains and the atmosphere of peace you made here.
A brillant use of brushes, shadows and distances.
Beautiful indeed.
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over 3 years
Thank you very much Gloria for your very kind words. Regards Joe
over 3 years
Stunning work...I love the rich use of color...ali
over 3 years
Thank you Ali. Regards Joe
over 3 years
beautiful piece. very impressive skills.
over 3 years
Thank you Rebecca.
over 3 years
Just beautiful!!!!
over 3 years
Many thanks Angela.
over 3 years
what an endearing composition this is. Its a beautiful reminder of a simpler life not many can grasp any more. So beautiful and well rendered. Great piece!
over 2 years
Lovely painting.
over 1 year
you work like a master, it is beautiful so much detail it's breath taking wonderful. Kind regards Jacqueline
over 1 year
Hello Joe! Amazing gallery you have, your paintings illustrate the beautiful landscapes Great Britain has to offer. The rough environment with the fog on the background makes this painting amazing!
11 months
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Artist Statement
for Joe Hush
I am a Northumbrian artist, I was born in Rothbury, England in 1951, I was raised in Alnwick and now live in Washington, County Durham. with my wife and son.
I am primarily a landscape artist and the countryside of Northern England has certainly inspired me. As a family, we regularly go for country walks especially into woodland, which attracts me like a magnet.
I work in acrylic, oils and watercolour and I try to capture and convey my feelings of a particular subject, I still remain mesmerised, seeing a scene materialise onto paper.
I am a self-taught artist and after 16 years of painting professionally, I am proud my paintings are now in many Art
Galleries throughout the UK.
I now teach others tutoring art classes throughout the...
Is this painting classed as modernist or abstract or does it come under the same umbrella ? I am not very knowledgable in this area
All paintings are abstractions of reality, even the photo realist ones. The real question is whether the a painting is non objective. Kandinsky is often... view answer
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