A red door in an ancient stone house at the head of a narrow stepped alley in «la vieille ville» of medieval Sarlat-la-Canéda, France in the Périgord region. Ink and watercolour painting by Dai Wynn on 300gsm smooth surface Arches cotton paper. 42 cm high by 29.5 cm wide by 0.1 cm deep approximately. A3 standard size.
Rue Maxence de Damas in Hautefort, Nouvelle Aquitaine, France. The circular tower and cupola of the Château d’Hautefort against an amazing cloud formation form an impressive backdrop. Ink and watercolour painting by Dai Wynn on 300gsm Arches cotton paper. Interestingly, Google Streetview in January 2011 depicts a fairly diminutive well (puits) with a simple shingled roof. When we visited in September 2017, it had been replaced with the magnificent multi-domed, bent-wood, slate-shingled cupola to match that of the château.
A vine-covered house of honey-coloured stone in the tiny village of Beynac-et-Cazenac on the banks of the Dordogne River, beneath the fortress atop towering limestone cliffs, in the Périgord region of France. Oil painting by Dai Wynn on canvas panel. 25.4 cm high by 20.3 cm wide by 0.3 cm deep approximately.
The village of Beynac, below the fortress overlooking the Dordogne River, Aquitaine, France. Ink and watercolours on 300gsm Arches paper mounted on foam backing. 15 cm high by 14 cm wide by 0.6 cm deep approximately.
Ink and watercolour painting by Dai Wynn of the château and village of Hautefort in the Périgord region of France. Painted on 300gsm smooth surface Arches cotton paper, mounted on foam backing with a hanging thread. 15 cm high by 14 cm wide by 0.6 cm deep approximately.