Grey Street, Newcastle Paintings For Sale | Newcastle Art – Alan Reed
Paintings of Grey Street
Winter Morning, Grey Street, Newcastle Light is an Original Fine Art Watercolour for sale. Buy Grey Street Newcastle Paintings and Art Prints from our large collection of Local Art Newcastle.
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For many years I have had the privilege of working in Newcastle several days a week. The early morning winter sunlight creates some wonderful effects on Newcastle’s majestic architecture.
The view looking down Grey Street is particularly spectacular. In this study, almost all the buildings are shrouded in expressions of cool blues, purples and inky browns.
Light relief is offered by the distant buildings that glint like gold, kissed by the sun.
In 1948 poet John Betjeman an English poet declared. “As for the curve of Grey Street. I shall never forget seeing it to perfection. traffic-less on a misty Sunday morning. Not even an old Regent Street London cam compare with that defending subtle curve”
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Shop Original Newcastle Art for Sale Fine Art Paintings of Newcastle from our North East Art collection. Grey Street, Winter Morning Light, has just been released £975 beautifully framed ready to hang on your wall.
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While visiting us you can also visit The Laing Art Gallery which is situated in the heart of Newcastle City Centre. It is only a five minute walk from Monument Metro station. The Gallery is well signposted from the station.
Alan Reed Art Review
So many contrasts in one painting! You have the languid, relaxed, sunny morning. Then you have the permanence of the historic buildings with both an optimistic stateliness and a kind of foreboding one. Then you have the no-nonsense bustle of folk swiftly moving to work, united in their haste yet alone. It’s a stunning painting Alan. You should be nationally recognised!