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The Pool (b/c, pencil & w/c on paper) Featured Alfred-Edward Chalon Image

The Pool (b/c, pencil & w/c on paper)

473922 The Pool (b/c, pencil & w/c on paper)
by Watson, John Dawson (1832-92); 35.5x25.3 cm; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK; (add.info.: The artist has focused on a small area of rocks and water in this scene. This approach was recommended by the influential art critic John Ruskin, and was adopted by Pre-Raphaelite artists. John Dawson Watson was connected to Pre-Raphaelite circles through his friend, the artist Ford MadoxBrown. In this view, Watson has modelled the rocks in quite thick opaque watercolour, giving them extra solidity. The dense paint allows details such as the grasses between the rocks to stand out clearly.
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Rowing Match at Richmond, Surrey, (Birthday of the Duke of Clarence) (w/c on paper) Featured Alfred-Edward Chalon Image

Rowing Match at Richmond, Surrey, (Birthday of the Duke of Clarence) (w/c on paper)

474050 Rowing Match at Richmond, Surrey, (Birthday of the Duke of Clarence) (w/c on paper)
by Cleveley, Robert (1747-1809); 52.9x36.2 cm; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK; (add.info.: This busy scene shows a pleasure garden at Richmond, on the river Thames. The people promenading on the bank are being entertained by musicians and performers in boats. These include a man playing a set of bells, who is standing in the boat just leaving the bank. Other people are being rowed on the river. The picture follows the common landscape practice of the time of a dark, brownish area at the front of the picture, moving to blue tones in the distance. Robert Clevelly's w/cs were often large. He was a London artist;
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