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One of a set of four paintings produced by the artist, which were exhibited at the Festival of Britain Exhibition at Henfield in 1951. An impressionistic view of the countryside looking north towards the village, which is shown in the centre of the painting. In the foreground the east-west roman Road crosses tracks to Henfield and a tributary of the River Adur. In the painting are animals, watermills and men at work.
acrylic on cardboard
56 x 76 cm