Arlington Row, Bibury – another watercolour sketch

Bibury is a favourite with tourists visiting the Cotswolds and this row of workers cottages next to a water meadow and its clear water stream is definitely worth a visit. This is another of my watercolour studies of this row of picturesque cottages and is one of several attempts at improving my interpretation of this […]

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Arlington Row, Bibury

Arlington Row is a well known Cotswolds beauty spot in the village of Bibury. This row of cottages, set next to the stream and water meadows, would have originally have been estate or workers cottages. Now preserved as a tourist attraction but also as desirable lived-in cottages -as long as you don’t mind tourists loitering […]

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A view of Arlington Row, Bibury

Here’s one of my more picturesque landscapes – a view of Arlington Row in the Cotswold village of Bibury. This is a slightly fore-shortened view from the footbridge over the river. The combination of a clear water river, abundant water meadows and the row of old stone cottages is a favourite with tourists visiting Arlington […]

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Arlington Row, Bibury

A watercolour of a fairly well known tourist view, Arlington Row, Bibury in the Cotswolds. Part of the attraction here is the clear stream that runs through the village, crossed by a small footbridge to Arlington Row and also the cottages and houses built in Cotswold stone, some with very pretty gardens. I’ve also done […]

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The footbridge to Arlington Row, Bibury

Arlington Row is a well known picturesque view in the Cotswold village of Bibury. In the summer it can be busy – with coach loads of tourists and interesting parking – but still worth a visit, for the clear water stream, the views, a walk or even an occasional kingfisher and maybe to try a […]

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