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A Painter’s Paradise: Julian Trevelyan & Mary Fedden at Durham Wharf

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Julian Trevelyan, R.A.
1910-1988
STREET SCENE, STOKE-ON-TRENT
pencil, pen and ink and wash
32 by 40.5cm.; 12½ by 16in.
Executed circa 1937-8.
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Literature

Philip Trevelyan, Julian Trevelyan: Picture Language, Lund Humphries, Farnham, 2013, illustrated p.117, (as The Potteries).

Catalogue Note

'[The] concentration of smoking kilns, like so many monstrous bottles, the canals, the gaping chasms from which the clay had been extracted - all these produced in my mind a ferment of ideas and I drew like one possessed.' (Julian Trevelyan, Indigo Days, Macgibbon & Kee, London, 1957, p.87)

A Painter’s Paradise: Julian Trevelyan & Mary Fedden at Durham Wharf

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