Waiting For The Train (Birmingham New Street)

The Inspiration:

(freehand and painted in water based oils)

This painting was inspired by a black and white photograph taken by Mr Leonard Stace in the early 1960’s.

A perishing cold morning on platform 10, New Street Station, Birmingham UK. waiting for the train, which was late.

A Stanier Black 5 waits for the signal on the middle Line

A scene I witnessed as a young train enthusiast standing on the platform.

Giclee Prints (size 16in x12in) are available to buy at £60 each..

See PUBLISHED IMAGES 

PUBLISHED in Emotions Of Railway Art Hardbook in 2011 (Guild Of Railway Artists)

See PRESS article in the Picture Business magazine May/June 2009. ‘Blank canvas: B&W is the colour’

Click on link below to read Mike Musson’s feature, regarding my artwork on his Warwickshire Railways website

http://www.warwickshirerailways.com/misc/kparrish.htm

http://www.kunstkopie.nl/a/parrish/waitingforthetrain-1.html&KK_COLLECT_ID=939

 

Romance Of Steam

Kevin Alun Parrish GRA © 2010