Summer Morning, St. Mary's Church, Tickhill
Painting - Summer Morning, St. Mary's Church, Tickhill

Copyright © Richard Harpum

About this Painting

Tickhill in South Yorkshire is located south of Doncaster and is one of a couple of pretty, small towns in the area.  As a resident, I spend a lot of time walking around the village and enjoying the atmosphere.

This painting is one of a series of the town and is taken in the spring when the daffodils and cherry trees were in full bloom.  Bride’s Cottage is at the end of a narrow lane and overlooks St. Mary’s Church, which is famous for its four-hourly chimes. 

Summer Morning, St. Mary's Church, Tickhill

by Richard Harpum MA

Size of original: 14" x 14" (36cm x 36cm)

Acrylic on Canvas

Painting Reference Number: 132

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£950, US$1,330*, €1,140* (unframed)

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