Gold frame : 78cm x 98cm
This joyous painting reflects the artist's great love of the Great Western Railway with which he was so familiar. His father was an engine driver in the glory days of the GWR and of steam.
From the estate of Sir Malcolm Arnold, musician and composer. Arnold and Giles were great friends and when Arnold came to Cornwall the two men would go off on jaunts.
TONY GILES: PAINTER OF CORNWALL'S MAN-MADE LANDSCAPE by John Branfield (Mingoose Books). This book offers a deep understanding of the artist and his work.