Street artist Emo makes his mark again with Great Yarmouth piece

An image of a little girl on a swing which has been painted onto a garage in Great Yarmouth by the a

An image of a little girl on a swing which has been painted onto a garage in Great Yarmouth by the artist known as EMO.Picture: James Bass - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2014

A street artist has swung back into action after the council painted over one of his popular portraits that won fans across the borough.

The white lady inside the bus shelter on Magdalen Way, Gorleston. Picture: James Bass

The white lady inside the bus shelter on Magdalen Way, Gorleston. Picture: James Bass - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2014

The painter, known only as Emo, has daubed a picture of a little girl playing on a swing in Great Yarmouth and signed the piece with his familiar three letter tag.

The mystery artist - who was behind the White Lady portrait that appeared on a bus stop in Gorleston - has this time used a garage in Euston Road as his canvass.

His new work appeared on Wednesday and has already won fans, with people stopping to take pictures and share them on social media.

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