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    Fishing Kingfisher watercolour painting on watercolour paper - original painting

    Fishing Kingfisher was created by artist Ann Biddlecombe in 1999. This art piece , which is part of the Watercolours portfolio, is a Paintings artwork. The style of this artwork is best described as Fine Art, Impressionism, Surrealism. The genre portrayed in this piece of art is Animals. The artwork was created in Watercolor. The size of the original art is 10 (inches) H x 8 (inches) W.
    Words which artist Ann Biddlecombe feels best describe this work of art are: kingfisher, bird, painting, watercolour, original, signed, collection, artist.

    About Ann Biddlecombe

    Supplied paintings and commissions for celebrities, actors, companies and various people and
    highly recommended by major international galleries

    I am a self-taught ,self represented full time professional artist from Dorset, working and living now in Devon.  I have a wide range of themes, from animals to boats, my paintings are inspired from my travels and from nature.

    I sold my first painting at 20, since then I have sold over 200 paintings ranging from small to a whole dance floor which was a commission from Smirnoff in Cyprus.

    Painting has always been my passion and  I enjoy experimenting with different media in my paintings as well as the simplistic watercolour paintings. 
    Whether its commission works or just for fun it is defiantly where my heart feels fulfilled 


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    Artist Name Ann Biddlecombe Year 1999 Portfolio Name Watercolours Art Form Paintings Size 10 (inches) H x 8 (inches) W Style Fine Art, Impressionism, Surrealism Genre Animals Media Watercolor Price $2,600.00 Keywords kingfisher, bird, painting, watercolour, original, signed, collection, artist
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