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Inspired by the book of the same name 'Was it Yesterday', a fictionalised account of one man's experiences in First World War France. In this painting the opened book sits upon a table from that era, wallpaper tinged with 'forget-me-not' blue symbolizes the fading of memories of a time long since gone but also bears witness to the present - a jug of fresh spring daffodils and bright scarf cast aside in a hurried moment. So intense are the events the author wrote of, that they feel like they happened only yesterday.

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Acrylic

Tags:
#1916 #still life #blues #greens #magenta #table #daffodils #jug #book #daffodil #easter #scarf #wallpaper #forget-me-not 
Was it Yesterday ? (2016)
Acrylic painting
by Rebecca Pells

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Inspired by the book of the same name 'Was it Yesterday', a fictionalised account of one man's experiences in First World War France. In this painting the opened book sits upon a table from that era, wallpaper tinged with 'forget-me-not' blue symbolizes the fading of memories of a time long since gone but also bears witness to the present - a jug of fresh spring daffodils and bright scarf cast aside in a hurried moment. So intense are the events the author wrote of, that they feel like they happened only yesterday.

The book 'Was it Yesterday' by A M Bown is available on Amazon.

If you live outside the UK please contact me for a personal shipping quote.
Please note that payment of all import duities and tax are the responsibility of the buyer.

Materials used:

Acrylic

Tags:
#1916 #still life #blues #greens #magenta #table #daffodils #jug #book #daffodil #easter #scarf #wallpaper #forget-me-not 
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