The lights of Mevagissey, winter sunset
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The port of Mevagissey is on the South Cornish coast. A small village, very picturesque used mostly by fishermen. A local expression is “a Mevagissey catch” meaning no fish and a wet arse.
This is the sort of winter view I had at dusk for 5 years from my kitchen window.
This is a sketch made many years ago, probably in 1984 and had forgotten until recently, yours if I can find it again.
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By Gordon Frickers 228 x 305mm (9″ x 12″), oils on paper, Price of the original £1,500
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