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Landscape Painting - Southampton Blue Anchor Lane by Martin Davey

Southampton Blue Anchor Lane is a painting by Martin Davey which was uploaded on July 24th, 2013.

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Thanks Patricio for the feature in 'Photo Realistic Paintings and Drawings'

Featured in the group 'Premium FAA Artists'

Featured in the group 'Exclusively Drawings and Paintings'

Featured in the group 'Fabulous Art Boutique'. Thanks Rebecca

Thanks very much Michael, much appreciated!

Featured in Fabulous Art Boutique! Congratulations! What a fabulous work of art, Martin! Nicely done, bravo! :-)

More great stuff Martin wonderful Art work lvf

Thanks very much Belinda. It was a complicated painting the details!

Martin! Amazing work with all those details! Love this so much! f/v

Thanks very much Rosy for your funny comment and vote, much appreciated!

Thanks very much for the feature in 'The European Artists 2013', much appreciated!

Thanks Ana for your wonderful comment on this old lane!

Gorgeous realist painting, Martin. Fabulous details. I just love it. f,v

Thanks very much Phyllis for your kind comment and vote, much appreciated!

Incredible detail! This almost looks like a photo! V/F

Thanks Richard for your kind comment on Southampton Blue Anchor Way!

thanks for the feature in the group 'City and Architecture'

Thanks very much Lois for your kind comments!

Excellent work, as usual, Martin. Good persective and lighting.

Martin this is exquisite ... a beautiful location ... so much going on, but all the elements add so much to each other!!! Wonderful colors and sunny light!!! Love the vision of St. Michael's as the focal point ... you've really drawn the viewer in!!!! f/v

Very well done Martin! Great description too!

Another beautiful painting so realistic it looks like a photograph...fabulously done and very nice place Martin!!! F/V.

Not sure how this one slipped by me. Well done! I really like the variations on stone and brick throughout this. f/v

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