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Out Tide

© trustees of the David Jones estate. Photo credit: Manchester Art Gallery

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Thinly painted seascape painted in an expressive style; the viewer is positioned looking across the water towards a pier jutting out from the shore in the far distance. Tones of brown, green and grey are used to represent the seascape and surrounding pier, coastal cottages and debris. The tide appears to be out and thus the expanse of beach is visible with wooden posts exposed. The sky is stormy and represented in a dark grey colour.

Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester

  • Date

    c.1931

  • Medium

    oil on panel

  • Measurements

    50.6 x 60.9 cm

  • Accession number

    1949.36

  • Acquisition method

    purchased from the Redfern Gallery, 1949

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Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester Art Gallery Mosley Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester M2 3JL England

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