A fire oil painter has created a beautiful fire-themed painting inspired by the story of the legendary painter Robert Burns.

The piece was created by British artist Andy Crampton.

The painting was created using a brush brush and a paintbrush that can be bought at most major online retailers, but it’s also available on Ebay and Etsy.

Andy said he wanted to create a painting inspired in part by the fire of Burns.

“We’re a bit like the American frontier and there was this very famous fire in 1872,” he said.

“I wanted to go back and recreate the fire that took place that year in Burns and bring back the emotion of the story that was told there and how it was affected by the climate change.”

Mr Cramptons piece includes a picture of the artist sitting on a chair with a large fire in the background.

“The fire came up in Burns, but we don’t actually know what it was,” he explained.

“There was a large piece of timber that was burned and there were a number of people who were injured and the fires were out.”

It’s a piece that really captures the fire, the spirit of Burns and the story.

“Mr Bould said he loved the idea of having a painting on the walls of his shop and had been inspired to create the painting with fire oil.”

Fire is something I love to do, it’s one of my favourite things,” he told news.com.au.”

When I think about fire oil paintings I feel a bit sad that I’m not able to do it but I’m very lucky and lucky to have the opportunity to do something that I love and that I can create and make something for people.

“Hopefully, it will bring people back to that fire in Burns to really appreciate it and that is a beautiful and wonderful story and I hope that it will inspire people.”