A large-scale drawing in charcoal capturing a brief moment of energy in a timeless scene typical of the Yorkshire upland landscape. Steep cloughs (narrow valleys made by streams) cut down through the heathery slopes of the moorland into the valley. In the late winter, there is controlled burning of the heather and the blustery winds swirl smoke across the hills making intriguing shapes.
Willow charcoal on smooth acid-free cartridge paper. Finished with non-yellowing fixative.
Dimensions 47 x 67 cm
Free UK postage and packaging.
This original large charcoal drawing is unframed and unmounted. It will be carefully rolled in smooth glassine paper and sent in an approrpriately sturdy cardboard tube or similar. Posted with Royal Mail Special Delivery for next day signed-for delivery.
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