Cow Girls – Original Artwork
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‘Cow Girls’ is a fascinating original piece created and painted by Paul James and it is one of the beautiful gems of his contemporary collection.
The idea was a follow on to ‘Fab Four’ (available as a tapestry) with one cow less and without the grass, it led to the creation of this edgier and more modern piece.
Paul wanted to achieve a more contemporary look, so he took out the grass and just used the greyish background, removed one cow and included the shadows which made them look grounded.
Before coming to the Paul James Museum this piece was gracing a purpose-built wall, inside a charming windmill surrounded by the peaceful countryside of Cheshire.
The current owners have been admiring the ‘Cow Girls’ since 2008 and have put their personal touch on the piece by adding a gold frame and including glass for additional protection of this beautiful original artwork.
If you would like to purchase this original piece then please get in touch.
We also have a wide range of framing options which would help to adapt the original artwork to your personal style should you wish.
The ‘Cow Girls’ is an impressive piece due to its complexity, grandeur and last but not the least, its size 180cm x 180cm – it has to be viewed to be fully appreciated.
This contemporary original artwork is currently on display in the Paul James Museum in Northamptonshire, waiting for its new owner. It can be purchased at a guide price, subject to application.
It can also be purchased as a limited edition paper print or canvas, click here to have a look – https://bit.ly/CowGirls-PaulJames
If you would like to view or purchase the ‘Cow Girls’, feel free to get in touch with our friendly team of curators on 01327 223400 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A leading contemporary animal and landscape realist painter – Paul is world renowned for the skill and craftsmanship of his artwork. He dedicates himself to each piece with passion. Freedom is his forte and therefore his work is always fresh and current.