Low Tide St. Malo

Sir William Russell Flint

P.R.A., P.R.W.S., R.S.W., R.O.I., R.E.

russell flint low tide st malo print

'Low Tide, St. Malo'
Date of Publication 1934
Signed,Limited Edition print of 250.
Image size 16.1" x 21.25"
Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1933.

Russell Flint recalls that he often visited St. Malo as a boy during school holidays.
Along the coast are the picturesque towns of Dinard and St. Servan, where he painted a number of watercolours.
One of his favourite places to paint, was Bon Secours Bay, there he had a view of many subjects from every angle.
St. Malo is a large port where ships from Portsmouth and Plymouth dock on a regular basis.
Dinan is on the west side of the estuary opposite St. Malo.
St. Malo has become increasingly popular over the years for Parisians to enjoy a break at the seaside, similar to London and Brighton.

russell flint low tide st malo print framed
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