How can it be that 2015 is nearly into its fifth month, I wonder? Apologies for the long gap between paintings and blogs. Five months of travel just somehow got in the way, despite my good intentions. I’ve nearly finished a blog about our latest travels… so stayed tuned.
The start of our trip was Italy, as we tend to fly out of Paris after sorting out various bits of French bureaucracy. Its always wonderful to get off the overnight ferry in Bari (the southern route works well for us in winter) and head towards one of our favourite little towns in Puglia for some good Italian coffee. At some stage of the trip we usually drive through Tuscany, which is a real treat, as I love the formation of the rolling hillsides with the lines of cypress trees and a villa or two tucked alongside. As I mentioned in the accompanying email to this, I imagine these hills are covered in wheat in the summer months – what a beautiful sight that must be. We will have to reorganise our schedule to see these sometime soon.
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Tuscan Fields, Italy
Size: 21 x 15cm
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