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This painting is of Regent's Park seen from the artist's studio in nearby Gloucester Gate, the various perspectives describe the views from differing windows and from the balcony. In 1981 Berg said of his work that he paints 'in the English landscape tradition. I paint landscape because what I see outside sometimes looks unimaginably beautiful. I do so in what I am calling the English tradition because native practice is at its best when it is consistent in what it rejects and what it requires.
oil on canvas
96.5 x 96.5 cm
purchased from Waddington Galleries, 1981
British Council Collection
Visual Arts, Arts Group 10 Spring Gardens, London, Greater London SW1A 2BN EnglandView venue
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