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Chartwell, Westerham, Kent is a country house and was for over forty years the home of Winston Churchill. Churchill bought the property in September 1922 and lived there until shortly before his death in January 1965. In the thirties, when Churchill was excluded from political office, Chartwell became the centre of his world.
Helen is very moved and excited by colour, so often the pictures have real and/or emotional colour, depending on where she was working, and the feelings evoked by the place. A certain palette has evolved, giving, she hopes, a strong energy to the pictures. Artists who have inspired her are those whose use of colour is similarly exciting, such as the landscapes of David Hockney, the work of Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven in Canada, as well as the early work of the Fauves. The original sketches, made in the field, are often very much changed in the making of the painting, but are still recognisable as the source material.

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Chartwell (2017)

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