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Julian Trevelyan read English Literature at Trinity College, Cambridge, before moving to Paris to become an artist, studying at Atelier Dix-Sept alongside artists such as Pablo Picasso. Once he returned to the UK, now a Surrealist painter, he bought Durham Wharf beside the River Thames and later was briefly married to the great-granddaughter of Charles Darwin. This image brings to mind classic Impressionism in its style, focusing on colour rather than intricate, life-like details, and its location of Penne, southern France.

Paintings in Hospitals



oil on canvas


H 50 x W 59 cm

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Paintings in Hospitals

51 Southwark Street, London, Greater London SE1 1RU England

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