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Fish Quay North Shields by Norman Tween

Fish Quay

The tall reddish building (the 18th Century ‘Low Light’ which assisted navigation from the river entrance) This guache sketch is drawn from an old postcard photo of the Fish Quay c1940s. I made up the colours but the Low Light

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The Folk Music of Norman Tween (RoadDog-1)

road dog 1

Founded in 1917 as a subsidiary of the Wisconsin Chair Company, Paramount recorded more than 10,000 tracks of jazz, blues, gospel,and hillbilly music before going down during the Great Depression. Paramount saved so much of the folklore which resided in

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Rocky Island from Seaton Sluice beach, a Watercolor by Norman Tween

Rocky Island from Seaton by Norman Tween

Rocky Island from Seaton Sluice beach autumn 07. Sitting on an old WW2 tank trap to daub this colour sketch. This “sketch” has perfect tone and is reminds me of Van Gogh is the construction of the buildings and the

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