It has just struck me that, as it happens, the three most recent additions to The Gallery – ‘The Bothy’, ‘Sizewell’ and ‘On Overton Down’ – are three of the largest canvases I have painted (the dimensions, all around the 1m length, are in the caption to each painting above the full-screen version obtainable by clicking on the small image in The Gallery). The other paintings of similar dimensions currently exhibited in The Gallery are ‘Becker country’ and ‘English countryside’. Most of the other paintings, of my ‘normal’ size, have dimensions around 50 cms, though some are smaller.
The point is only worth making because the size (and sometimes shape) of the original is not conveyed by the 16 small images in the menu page fronting The Gallery e.g. ‘The moon below the cliffs’ is slightly less than A4 in size and shape whereas ‘Sizewell’ is 122 cms wide. So, if any painting on the menu page arouses the slightest flicker of interest, please click it and check its dimensions – as well as its relative glory of course! – on a full screen.