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Patrick Reyntiens Signed Sketchbook Prints

Dr Patrick Reyntiens OBE started working in sketchbooks on this scale while looking after his wife Anne as she battled cancer in the last couple of years of her life.  They had always travelled, and, finding himself mostly in Somerset, he travelled in his mind and his imagination through the pages of his sketchbooks.  He has carried on since Anne died in 2006, recording remembered landscapes near and far: fields and tractors in Somerset; walls in Puglia; faces seen on the Tube in his visits to London; images on TV.

Patrick usually works on the kitchen table using turmeric and teabags to make yellow and brown. He draws with quills from the geese Anne kept, or pens he cuts from Somerset reeds in homage to Van Gogh, who also cut his own reed pens, and whose pen and ink drawings are his inspiration.

Signed Patrick Reyntiens sketchbook inkjet prints in editions of 20 on archival paper.

 

Elton John & Billy Connolly

Patrick Reyntiens 2014

44 x 22.5cm

Edition of 20

£140 + pp (unframed)

On Holiday

Patrick Reyntiens 2014

44 x 22.5cm

Edition of 20

£140 + pp (unframed)

Resting

Patrick Reyntiens 2014

44 x 22.5cm

Edition of 20

£140 + pp (unframed)

On The Tube

Patrick Reyntiens 2014

44 x 22.5cm

Edition of 20

£140 + pp (unframed)

John Galliano

Patrick Reyntiens 2014

44 x 22.5cm

Edition of 20

£140 + pp (unframed)

A New Civilisation

Patrick Reyntiens 2014

44 x 22.5cm

Edition of 20

£140 + pp (unframed)

A Modest Lunch

Patrick Reyntiens 2014

44 x 22.5cm

Edition of 20

£140 + pp (unframed)

North Gate Black Farm

Patrick Reyntiens 2014

44 x 22.5cm

Edition of 20

£140 + pp (unframed)