Tangle of wire fencing against a wall, crossing a moor. Painting by Paul Talbot-Greaves

Wire and rushes at the edge of the moor

Watercolour on Saunders waterford paper 56 x 38cm


A typical subject of the upper parts of the South Pennines. Pastures give way to rushes and walls crumble like baked sandcastles. The view against the light makes the wire glint.


This painting was sold from Millyard Gallery, Uppermill.