The Simon Palmer Calendar 2025.

The Simon Palmer Calendar 2025:

Twelve beautiful images printed using archival quality inks on 170 gsm silk paper from one of the country’s leading watercolour artists, Simon Palmer. The selection includes a mixture of established favourites, and new pieces from his May 2023 exhibition, including ‘View from a Canal Bridge’, ‘Changing Landscapes’, ‘The Ornithological Boundary Fielder, ‘Struggling with a Huge Canvas’, ‘Pigeon Stepping Around Early Summer’, and ‘Cycling Home’. See below for full image list by month.

Dates of note include major holidays, solstices, and British Summer Time beginning and end dates.

Price includes postage within the UK.

Dimensions 297mm X 297mm.

Cover material – 350 gsm Invercote.

Inner material – 170 gsm Silk.

All materials are FSC certified.

£14.95

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The Simon Palmer Calendar 2025:

Image List:

January – ‘View from a Canal Bridge’, Simon Palmer, ink, watercolour and gouache, 1998.

February – ‘Changing Landscapes’, Simon Palmer, ink, watercolour and gouache, 1995.

March – ‘The Ornithological Boundary Fielder’, watercolour with ink and gouache, 1984.

April – ‘Struggling with a Huge Canvas’, Simon Palmer, watercolour with ink and gouache, 2001.

May– ‘Pigeon Stepping Around Early Summer’, Simon Palmer, watercolour, gouache and ink, 1985.

June – ‘Halfpenny Green Lane’, Simon Palmer, watercolour with ink and gouache, 2019.

July – ‘Cycling Home’, Simon Palmer, watercolour, ink and gouache, 1996.

August – ‘The Rambler’s Society Treasure Hunt Clue 12’, Simon Palmer, watercolour, gouache and ink, 1987.

September – ‘Horton Wood’, Simon Palmer, watercolour with ink and gouache, 2023.

October –  ‘Marty South’, Simon Palmer, watercolour with ink and gouache, 1997.

November  – ‘Junction at High Newstead and Hammer Farm’, Simon Palmer, watercolour, gouache and ink.’

December – ‘The Wesleyan Chapel’, Simon Palmer, watercolour with ink and gouache, 1996.

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