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The Picturesque Cotswolds: A Souvenir in Beautiful Paintings by Artist Bob Gilhooley

The Picturesque Cotswolds: A Souvenir in Beautiful Paintings by Artist Bob Gilhooley (Hardback)

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"The Picturesque Cotswolds" - this lovely hardback volume full to the brim with paintings of Cotswold Towns and Villages by Cotswold Artist Bob Gilhooley makes a lovely souvenir to any one visiting the Cotswolds as Bob captures the essence of the area with pen and brush. This is another book from Reardon Publishing the Cotswold Publisher. In Bob's own words: 'A most pleasant undulating upland countryside. With pockets of wooded highlands, Meandering rivers and streams with pretty limestone villages nestling in the valleys Punctuated with more important and historic market towns, all within easy reach of London, Bath, Gloucester and Cheltenham. And to the North Evesham, Stratford upon Avon, Warwick, Banbury, and Oxford. A beautiful part of the midlands. In 1966 officially designated an area of outstanding beauty'. Bob Gilhooley your Cotswold Artist has spent many a happy hour painting these wonderful villages and has now put together 80 atmospheric painting to share with you, presented to you in this beautifully bound book. It is designed to encourage you to visit the area, enjoy the scenery and the food. Or if you are already touring the Cotswolds.

To take the book home as a pleasant souvenir of the wonderful time you spent here.

Bob Gilhooley came to painting later in life. Although reasonably good at art and craft in school he was never encouraged by his teachers. After successfully running the family Garage business for 20 years. And raising a family. He changed careers running a Hotel business for a further 14 years with his wife Beverly. With Art as a hobby he progressed mainly self taught, painting in Oils and Watercolours.

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