Cornish Landscape; Bryan WYNTER; 1951; 316
Cornish LandscapeAbout this object
An expansive landscape view of Cornwall. In the foreground is an arrangement of food and crockery, in the mid-ground are stone walls, buildings (including the silhouette of a tin mine structure) and pastures, with distinctively shaped hills/mountains in the background. These are possibly references to the Carn Galver mine site in north Penwith, near to where the artist lived. The entire composition is abstracted with overlapping shapes and intersecting patterns.Maker
1951Medium and Materials
Oil on canvasSubject and Association Keywords
Presented by Molly Astrid Steven in 1959Object Type
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