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Scammell frameless tanker 1931 by Artistjeffries Scammell frameless tanker 1931 by Artistjeffries
The Frameless Tanker was developed by Scammell to reduce unladen weight by having the tank double as a container and support for the load. This 1926 model was one of the first in the field in the bulk transport of fresh milk by road, before then a preserve of the railway companies. It took a long time but eventually road transport would take all the fresh milk traffic in Britain from the declining railway.

This painting on A3 size heavyweight watercolour paper in acrylics is for sale at 500 contact me on 07884462140.

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Jay-Hawkeye Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2010
Wow, very good - must have taken you a long time to do that...
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Artistjeffries Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2010
Thank you Jay for your kind comment, this was painted about 12 years ago for copying as prints and as a series I did for setting up my website, there is little background and this probably was completed in two days actual work maximum.
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Jay-Hawkeye Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2010
few thing the painting remind me of, they remind me of pictures found on old matchboxes, cigarette boxes and postcards but to complete something like that in two days you must have excellent skills, especially as watercolor runs like anything for me
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Artistjeffries Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2010
Well Jay when you have to make a living from painting it doesn't pay to dwell on any piece of work for too long and practice makes perfect they say!
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