This is a print of a watercolour painting of a Robin sitting in the top of our crab apple tree in the garden. It is a view from my bedroom window a few years back. We rarely have snow so it is quite a novelty, this was enough to block a lot of the roads but the local farmers tractors soon sorted that out. It always amazes me how the snow sucks the colour out of everything, so this is an unusual painting for me, lacking all my normally bright colours. The Robin seems not to notice the weather, it was February I think he was warming up for the spring and he sang on and off all day.

It measures 21 x 29.5 cm and is printed on Bockingford, acid free, archival paper. The print is supplied unmounted.

Robin in the Snow, Snowy Lane near Bude.