Artist's description:

This painting was exhibited at the Museum of North Devon, Barnstaple, as part of the North Devon Art Award exhibition. It originated from studying with ambivalence the furious debate revolving around wind turbines in the English countryside. Sancho Panza tilted at imaginary enemies and there is a reference to him in the bottom right hand corner tilting at an old windmill - which are loved of course.

Materials used:

Oil, knives, sticks, medium paste

Girl in a red coat - Tilting at windmills (2012)


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Richard Meyer

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