Nonsuch Park with Poppy Seedheads Painting 40x50cm


This original painting is of Nonsuch Park with poppy seedheads and other fauna in the summer. It is painted using many layers of acrylic on paper and is rich in texture. It is one of a series of paintings of Nonsuch Park’s Warren Farm’s meadow. You are welcome to come and view the paintings at my studio or if local I can bring the paintings to you to view in situ.


My Inspiration for Nonsuch Park with Poppy Seedheads

Nonsuch Park is a beautiful park in the boroughs of Epsom and Ewell and the London borough of Sutton. Henry 8th  built Nonsuch Palace to use as his hunting lodge for the nearby Hampton Court in 1538.It is one of my favourite walks a few miles away from where I live. It provides me with much inspiration for my paintings including my ‘ Lone Tree at Nonsuch’.  It is a large park to walk around and recently I came across another part called Warren Farm. This part of the park is managed by The Woodland Trust and they have create a gorgeous meadow in the summer that has wild planting to attract wildlife.  

Available as a Giclee Print

My Nonsuch park with poppy seedheads can also be ordered as an limited edition giclee print in a variety of sizes to suit all budgets. It is printed locally by STR Design and Print and so please allow a few days from order.  The print is created using Epson archival pigmented inks printed onto heavyweight matt 230gsm paper. The print can also be accompanied by a genuine signed certificate of authenticity by artist Jo Sharpe. Jo would also be very happy to discuss framing options with you.


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Dimensions N/A

Framed original, Original unframed, A3 Giclee print

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