Artist: SPENCER FREDRICK GORE Collectors Special limited edition print, 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
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Gore made several paintings while staying with his family at Harold Gilman’s house in Letchworth, a progressive garden city north of London. 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’s perspective means that the path, which is made of 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