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Blue and Grey Landscape

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Reynolds was brought up in Newmarket, Suffolk, and the local surroundings and work of Gainsborough and Constable were important influences in his early landscape compositions. In 1960 Eric Newton described Reynolds’ early work: ‘He began as a landscape painter, to whom the distant sky, the level meadows, the thistle or the ears of corn within reach of his hand were objects to be described with the precision of which only an analytical love of such objects is capable’.

Jerwood Collection


Blue and Grey Landscape




brush, black ink & watercolour on paper


H 26.7 x W 37.5 cm

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Acquisition method

purchased, 1994

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Signature/marks description

signed and dated ‘Reynolds / 52’ (upper left), ‘inscribed ‘Blue and Grey Landscape’ (on the reverse)


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