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Colin Taylor

Low Water

Acrylic paint, pen and ink.
75cm x 55cm Arches paper with a decollage edge.

Signed by the artist
Certificate of Authenticity


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Low Water is a spectacular corrie tarn under the steep north-western crags of Coniston Old Man in the English Lake District.  Despite its name Low Water is actually located at quite a high altitude.  It can be glimpsed from the southern ridge of Wetherlam, but is best seen from above, from the Brim Fell and Old Man ridge.

Colin Taylor’s works on paper are created with acrylic paint, pen and ink on Arches paper.

Arches have been making beautiful paper at the same French mill since 1492. It was used to print Dürer’s Chronicle of Gutenberg in 1500, as well as the Description of Egypt commissioned by Napoleon I in 1802. Today they produce the finest professional-quality acid-free 100% cotton fibre paper, with an archival life of 70+ years – the gold standard.


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