The male who paints cows


EAST SUSSEX, UK – British painter John Marshall has spent a final decade restricting himself to only one subject: a common cow. The paintings are big, around 2 meters and, Marshall claims, any cow has a singular characteristics. 

    “So, if a cow is soothing and nurturing that’s how we will paint it and if a cow is arrange of indignant and dismayed afterwards I’ll try and provide that in a temperate. So, they execute a opposite thing and it’s a thing that is gripping them unique, gripping a clarity that any one is opposite and it’s kind of some-more of an romantic description than a detailed one,” pronounced Marshall. 

    In a past 12 months he has sole around 40 canvases, that can go on sale for adult to £6,000 (8,500 U.S. dollars) any and many of his paintings find their approach to civic dwellers who demeanour for a farming demeanour in their city homes.


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