The church at St. Huberts was built in 1054 and still sits in Idsworth, England. It is said to have been visited by Knights on their way home from crusades. In my painted version, three crows fly overhead, circling the surrounding cornfield as dark clouds loom in the distance. It's a moody, impressionistic, representational piece of art.
"The Crows at St. Hubert's" is an original watercolor painting on 100% cotton 140lb cold press Artistico paper with artist quality paints. It measures 8.5"x11" and is the perfect size for a mat with an 8"x10" opening.
I have shown it here with a sample mat and frame. It's available for purchase on my website The Creators Palette
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