Journey through Landscape, Lacoste to Bonnieux

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An abstract painting representing a journey through a landscape. The composition is of a series of rectangles inside each other: a pale plain rectangle to the left within a larger square painted with patches of colour, within the rectangle bound by the canvas edge, painted in a dark plain colour. There is a horizontal band across bottom painted with patches of colour.

Manchester Art Gallery



Journey through Landscape, Lacoste to Bonnieux




oil on wood


H 90.7 x W 121.8 cm

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Acquisition method

purchased from the Society for Education through Art, Pictures for Schools Exhibition, 1964

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Inscription description

artist's inscription : : brc : artist's name, date : W. CULBERT 63


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