Print for the 2004 US Open held at Shinnecock Hills.
Sketchbook of Oman - A hard backed leather bound Sketch Book with Slip Case containing 40 sketches of Oman. These have been reproduced from a number of Alan's original sketchbooks painted on location in Oman.
Numbers 1 & 2 now belong to Royalty one being Queen Elizabeth.
Signed and numbered by the artist.
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Edition size 250
This print of South Beach in Florida was taken from a small watercolour which I painted on location in my leatherbound sketch book, as the strong winds blew rain clouds towards me.
I had no sooner finished when the heavens opened.
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I recall painting a watercolour of this tree in snow as a Christmas Card for the Marie Curie Cancer fund over 10 years ago. This stretch of Hadrian’s Wall is bleak but spectacular in its barreness and stark beauty.
Sycamore Gap is also known as Robin Hood’s Tree for its appearance in the film Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves starring Kevin Costner.
I’ve since painted the famous tree of the year again in winter sunlight. My viewpoint is taken from the Military Road which shows the tree of the year nestling in the famous gap in the wall. Sunlight is catching the clouds behind and creating an overall feeling of warmth to the painting.
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The Veranda 1995 US Open at Shinnecock Hills Poster.
A glorious turn-of-the-century view from the porch of the Shinnecock Hills Clubhouse graces the official 1995 Open Poster.
A limited edition serigraph signed and numbered by the artist Kenneth Reed
I spent an enjoyable morning sledging with my two children and grandchildren.
This was the inspiration for me to do a small sketch book watercolour to capture the memories.
The sketch book study has enabled me to do this larger work depicting the fading winter light.
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