Christopher Wood: Britain

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Dahlias and Larkspur (1930) by Christopher Wood

poboh: Christopher Wood (English, Dahlias and Larkspur, Oil on gesso-prepared board.

Cottage at Broadchalke, Wiltshire (1928) by Christopher Wood

Christopher Wood <br />Cottage at Broadchalke, Wiltshire <br />oil on canvas <br x 24 in. x 61 cm.) <br />Painted in <br />

Flowers (1930) by Christopher Wood

Flowers, 1930 by Christopher Wood.

Flowers (1930) by Christopher Wood. Wash, pen and ink on paper, Kettles Yard.

Flowers by Christopher Wood. Wash, pen and ink on paper, Kettles Yard.

Cumberland Landscape, Northrigg Hill (1928) by Christopher Wood, Kettles Yard. Painted while staying with Ben and Winifred Nicholson. "He came in March. His arrival was like a meteor. The dark forests took on a mystery and magic as he looked at them."

Cumberland Landscape, Northrigg Hill by Christopher Wood, Kettles Yard. Painted while staying with Ben and Winifred Nicholson. "He came in March. His arrival was like a meteor. The dark forests took on a mystery and magic as he looked at them.

Still Life, Vase of Flowers (1926-7) by Christopher Wood, Dorset Museum

Still Life, Vase of Flowers by Christopher Wood, Dorset Museum

Bankshead, Cumberland (1928) by Christopher Wood, Rugby Art Gallery. Painted while staying with Ben and Winifred Nicholson. "He painted some pictures from nature, carrying an enormous box of paints and an easel over the rough fields and hills, and walking at his usual swift pace...He came up from the valley with the springing step of eternal youth."

"Bankshead, Cumberland" by Christopher Painted while staying with Ben and Winifred Nicholson.

Anemones in Window, Broadchalke, Wiltshire (1928) by Christopher Wood

"Anemones in Window, Broadchalke, Wiltshire" by Christopher Wood, 1928 (oil on canvas)


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