Paintings

Please click on the images below to view in more detail. The originals are not for sale, but  greetings cards and made-to-order giclée prints will soon be available via my Etsy shop.

The View from Mam Tor

The View from Mam Tor

The Derbyshire Peak District has some of the most dramatic views in the country. This painting shows the landscape around Mam Tor near Castleton. Mam Tor means 'mother hill' and it's prone to landslips. It's right at the edge of the Dark (gritstone) Peak, overlooking the White (limestone) peak. Nearby are several caverns where 'Blue John' (fluorspar) was mined. Oil on Canvas. © Duncan Pass 2016

View from Ashover Rock to Clay Cross

View from Ashover Rock to Clay Cross

Ashover Rock, AKA The Fabrick, is one of my favourite spots in Derbyshire, with sweeping views across the surrounding countryside as far as Sheffield and Lincoln, with Bolsover, Clay Cross and Tupton in between. Oil on Canvas. © Duncan Pass 2016

The View from Wooler, Northumberland

The View from Wooler, Northumberland

Wooler in Northumberland is the gateway to the spectacular Cheviot Hills, and early visitors included Daniel Defoe, Sir Walter Scott and local heroine Grace Darling. With its wide-open skies, the views in this part of the world are truly breathtaking. Oil on Canvas. © Duncan Pass 2016

Distant Chimneys

Distant Chimneys

Oil on Canvas. © Duncan Pass 2016

Fields at Lowick, Northumberland

Fields at Lowick, Northumberland

A view across fields at Lowick, near Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland. Oil on Canvas. © Duncan Pass 2016

Nine Chimneys

Nine Chimneys

Oil on Canvas. © Duncan Pass 2016

Ogston Reservoir from Littlemoor

Ogston Reservoir from Littlemoor

Oil on Canvas. © Duncan Pass 2016

Ashover Hay in Autumn copy

Ashover Hay in Autumn copy

Oil on Canvas. © Duncan Pass 2016

Ashover Hay

Ashover Hay

Oil on Canvas. © Duncan Pass 2016 Part of a private collection.

Autumn Tree

Autumn Tree

Autumn is one of my favourite times of year, with its rich colours and smoky skies. This painting is of a view near Littlemoor, Derbyshire. Oil on canvas. © Duncan Pass 2016

Twilight at Middleton Top

Twilight at Middleton Top

Middleton Top is situated at the top of the Middleton Incline on what was once the Cromford and High Peak Railway, and is now known as the High Peak Trail. Visitors can view the restored Middleton Top Engine House, a designated ancient monument which is the only engine house still standing on the former line. The surrounding landscape is known for its limestone quarries and lead mines, some of which date back to Roman times. Oil on Canvas. © Duncan Pass 2016

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    Nine Chimneys

    Oil on Canvas. © Duncan Pass 2016