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Samuel Palmer Conwy Castle,North Wales oil painting


Conwy Castle,North Wales
Painting ID::  26406
Samuel Palmer
Conwy Castle,North Wales
mk49 1835 Black chalk,watercolour,wash and gouache on light brown paper laid down onto a buff board support 32.7x45.5cm

   
   
     

Samuel Palmer Moel Siabod from Tyn-y-Coed oil painting


Moel Siabod from Tyn-y-Coed
Painting ID::  26407
Samuel Palmer
Moel Siabod from Tyn-y-Coed
mk49 1835or1836 Watercolour gouache,brown ink and graphite on brown paper 37.8x47.6cm

   
   
     

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


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

   
   
     

Samuel Palmer A View of Modern Rome oil painting


A View of Modern Rome
Painting ID::  26409
Samuel Palmer
A View of Modern Rome
mk49 1838 Watercolour,gouache and graphite on buff paper laid down on board 40.9x57.8cm

   
   
     

Samuel Palmer A View of Ancient Rome oil painting


A View of Ancient Rome
Painting ID::  26411
Samuel Palmer
A View of Ancient Rome
mk49 1838 Watercolour,gouache and graphite on buff paper laid down on board 41.1x57.8cm

   
   
     

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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.

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