Merlin´s Cave, Tintagel – Drawing in Coloured Pencil

This drawing shows Merlin´s Cave, Tintagel. It proves that North Devon is just as picturesque as the rest of the English coast and country.

The landscape drawing in coloured pencil on Hahnemuhle fine art carton is 15x20cm in size. Please contact me via my contact page to enquire about the original or signed limited edition prints which are available in different sizes. Commissioned drawings or paintings in oils or acrylics after your photograph upon enquiry.

You will find more pictures after clicking on the drawing.


About Pat Harrison

Painting and drawing have been my passion from early childhood. I have attended numerous exhibitions in England and Germany. Presented with the Judges Award at a show I now have one of my paintings on permanent display at a museum in Greater London with growing sales and commissions.
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3 Responses to Merlin´s Cave, Tintagel – Drawing in Coloured Pencil

  1. Zalamanda says:

    Very lovely. I never had any doubt that North Devon was picturesque, Pat; the challenge might be … um …the Humber estuary, perhaps.

    • Looking at the pictures of the Humber estuary it also is worth painting.
      Anywhere you go in the world there is beauty. We just need to do something about the squalid conditions run away greed has created for too many people.

      • Zalamanda says:

        You are right, of course. Even the remnants of Hull’s industry can be interesting and worth painting, if not actually pretty. I was actually struggling to think of anywhere not attractive around our coastline.

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