Artist's description:

Painted in a woodland in Dolybont, mid-Wales. Because I gave myself just a day to paint it, with no return visit to the site planned, I worked in single broad brushstrokes, with minimal overpainting. Each brushstroke was a decision on its own, left to stand without alteration. Thus the painting progressed temporally as a kind of construction piece by piece. Cézanne and my teacher Lawrence Gowing were the models - there is a painting by Lawrence of a very similar scene in the Tate Gallery.

Materials used:

Oil paint on linen canvas, egg and oil emulsion primer, damar varnish

Path in the Woods, Dolybont (1986)


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