Artist At Pewsey Bridge

Artist At Pewsey Bridge

An artist creating a watercolour of the scene through the canal bridge at Pewsey Wharf in Wiltshire. Here the Kennet and Avon Canal passes through on its journey between the Thames at Reading and the Bristol Channel. It incorporates parts of both the Rivers Kennet and Avon in parts known as 'navigations'. The canal was constructed between 1724 and 1810 and was a commercial waterway until the coming of the Great Western Railway. It was restored in the mid 1900s and was finally reopened in 1990.

Ian Lewis

Image size: 6000 x 4000, 24.06Mb | Camera details: | Date uploaded: 21/01/2019

Ian Lewis | Artist At Pewsey Bridge
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