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Grey, impressionist, smog-filled scene, showing Irwell Street Bridge (incorrectly titled Windsor Bridge), a bridge from the industrial age with an open iron-work structure, seen spanning the Irwell. The pale sky silhouettes the bridge and nearby buildings and its light is reflected on the water below, together with the dappled reflection of the bridge. At each end of the bridge are indistinct, hazy masses, representing industrial buildings.
oil on jute
50.4 x 61.1 cm
purchased from the artist, 1928