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City Scape III

© the artist. Photo credit: University of Cumbria

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The artist says about this painting: 'This series of paintings takes the accepted and dominant idiom of the Lake District and Cumbria as a pastoral idyll, as immortalised by the work of Constable in art and Wordsworth, et al., in literature and turns it on its head. I reject the dominance of the pastoral and seek to represent the urban landscape of cities and towns in and around the Lake District. The paintings feature the red sandstone rock and the blue of the Lakes, in an abstract way.

University of Cumbria

Lancaster

  • Date

    2002

  • Medium

    acrylic on paper

  • Measurements

    49 x 39 cm

  • Accession number

    PCF18

  • Acquisition method

    transferred from the University of Central Lancashire, 2007

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University of Cumbria

University of Cumbria Harold Bridges Library Bowerham Road, Lancaster, Lancashire LA1 3JD England

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