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Samuel Palmer A Cascade in Shadow,Drawn on the Spot,near the Function of the Machno and Conway,North Wales oil painting on canvas
A Cascade in Shadow,Drawn on the Spot,near the Function of the Machno and Conway,North Wales
Painting ID::  26408
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Samuel Palmer A Cascade in Shadow,Drawn on the Spot,near the Function of the Machno and Conway,North Wales oil painting on canvas



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  Samuel Palmer
  1805-1881 British Samuel Palmer Galleries English painter, draughtsman and etcher. Palmer was a key figure of English Romantic painting who represented, at least in his early work, its pastoral, intuitive and nostalgic aspects at their most intense. He is widely described as a visionary and linked with his friend and mentor William Blake, though he stood at an almost opposite extreme in his commitment to landscape and his innocent approach to its imagery. He had none of Blake irony or complexity and was inspired by a passionate love of nature that found its philosophical dimension in unquestioning Neo-Platonism.
  A Cascade in Shadow,Drawn on the Spot,near the Function of the Machno and Conway,North Wales
  mk49 1836 Watercolourgouache,graphite and brown ink 46.4x37.5cm

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