Originally this exquisite lithograph was created to illustrate a classic of rural literature, ‘Men and the Fields’, by Adrian Bell. Of ‘Men and the Fields’ another great man of letters and literary portraitist of the rural, Ronald Blythe, writes: ‘The unique talents of both Bell and Nash for presenting the “now” – that particular threshing week, that actual market day, those snows or rains’ make this a ‘beautiful liaison of text and illustration’. In this print the banks of the river Stour are burgeoning, its flanks golden with corn, and the river willows, long unpollarded, have grown luxuriant in the summer sun.
Size: Image: 19.00 x 12.00; paper: 30.00 x 21.00; mount: 42.5 x 34.00cmFormat: Giclée Print, Limited Edition (1/850) on 310 gsm thick, 100% cotton rag. Hand-numbered and hand-embossed.
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