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Sarah Adams, Red Poppies at the Tower of London III, acrylic on paper. Original London art painting 
Landscapes and seascapes
Image size: H:38 cm x W:48 cm
Complete Size of Unframed Work: H:38 cm x W:48 cm x D:2cm
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This work has just sold but if you would like one like it please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07799 535 765 to speak to us to arrange this . There is no extra charge for a commission by Sarah Adams. A commission also means you can have the work personalised with a dedication to your loved one or of course yourself! As always free shipping worldwide is offered. Sarah Adams Red Poppies at the Tower of London III Original Acrylic Painting Acrylic Paint on Paper Size: 43.5 cm x 53.5 cm Sold Unframed Red Poppies at the Tower of London III is an original painting by Sarah Adams. It depicts the famous red poppies installation that marked the centenary of the start of the 1st World War. This work was painted at the top of the Leadenhall building, which overlooks the Tower. It is the 3rd in the series. North London born and raised artist, Sarah Adams, uses a limited colour palette of acrylics anchored with white, painted onto paper and canvases, in thick, buttery brush marks. Up close, you can see her expressive mark making, but stand back from her work, and more detail comes into view. Her art practice is inspired by her home city of London, and her works take in well known, recognisable views, painted to create a calming, peaceful feel of what are otherwise, crowded and bustling settings. Sarah is a prolific painter, and has been part of many London based exhibitions, notably the ING Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries in 2016 and 2018, and short-listed for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions 2015 and 2020. Her work has also been exhibited at the Affordable Art Fair, The Strand Gallery, Camden Image Gallery and Espacio Gallery. In 2013 she created a series on Battersea Power Station, and completed a commission for the redevelopment of the site. Her work was reproduced on a large scale for the hoardings of the new buildings. Recently, Sarah has explored landscapes and seascapes, still painted with her expressive mark making, alongside her Dinky Miniatures, depicting London and coastal scenes, on really tactile postcard size canvases.