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Sir William Russell Flint Limited Edition Print


 



russell flint souvenir of barbaste print

Souvenir of Barbaste

Published10th May,2000.
Entitled 'Souvenir of Barbaste'
Edition size 650.
Image size 15" x 20.5"

Barbaste is situated mid way between Bordeaux and Toulouse in the Lot-et-Garonne, France.
This area is the most western part of Southern France that Russell Flint visited on his painting trips.
The River Gelise, which runs under the mediaeval bridge, later to join the
Baise at Nerac, once powered a mill in the castle, which was one of the
fortified homes of the French King, Henry IV.

In his later years, due to his artistic and financial success, Russell Flint was able to travel extensively across Europe, particularly in France
where he was a prolific painter, also enjoying some time painting in Switzerland, Spain, Italy, and Scotland.
If you wish to visit the beautiful countryside and villages in the south west of France where Flint spent much of his time painting,
a beautiful holiday house in Dordogne is to let throughout the year.

We have specialized in the paintings and prints by SirWilliam Russell Flint for over thirty years, and have on display over
500 edition prints, signed and unsigned; Also original watercolour paintings and red chalk drawings, for sale.
The limited edition prints, particularly the signed, limited edition prints (ie. pre 1969) were very sought after at the publication date,
and the entire edition could be sold out within several hours of release.
There is no 'second' edition, these are the original signed, limited editions that have over the years become highly collectable and
sought after works of art, some of which are over seventy years old.
Recognized worldwide as a fine watercolour master, Sir William's work enjoys the prominence amongst a collection of the finest and most experienced painters of our time.

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