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The Cinder Path Spencer Frederick Gore

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The Cinder Path Spencer Frederick Gore 1912
AMO98726 The Cinder Path, 20th century (oil on canvas) by Gore, Spencer Frederick (1878-1914); 35×40 cm; Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, UK; English, out of copyright.

Description

Artist: SPENCER FREDRICK GORE  Collectors Special limited edition print SPECIAL OFFER 2023

The Art Movement of Letchworth Garden City series. 

Title The Cinder Path

Medium – Limited edition numbered giclee print, conservation acid-free double museum mounted, TruVue UV glass, and framed with Italian handcrafted distressed metallic foil bronze contemporary profile moulding. 

Size: 64cm x 70cm

See the Biography.

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While staying with his family at Harold Gilman’s Letchworth, a progressive garden city north of London, Gore made several paintings. The composition is anchored by a straight path leading directly away from the viewer towards the town visible on the horizon. Gore was a keen observer and accurate topographer who took an essential naturalist approach to landscape painting. The Cinder Path shows a place on the outskirts of Letchworth. Gore means that the path, which is industrial waste, recedes vertically into the middle distance, and the fields and hedges are arranged around it. This was one of the few British pictures exhibited in the influential Second Post-Impressionist.

Reference

Tate Britain Modern -A walk through British art 1910, The Camden Town Group

https://www.tate.org.uk/art/research-publications/camden-town-group/spencer-gore-the-cinder-path-r1129518