This interpretation of a scene in the Fex Valley, Switzerland is painted in ink and watercolour on 22" x 10" Bockingford paper. The individual elements of the scene are painted individually set vertically on the paper in an oriental style.
The writing at the top (courtesy of Google translate) reads Swiss valley. I should apologise to anyone skilled in the art of Chinese calligraphy - my characters are not really correctly drawn. To draw the characters correctly they must be drawn in the correct order using the right kind of brush stroke - here is a link to a quick introduction
The stamp is done using a Chinese 'Chop' - a stamp carved from soapstone. It reads Jonathan - my full first name. I bought it from a small shop in Hong Kong where the blank chops are carved with your name whilst you wait.