English music in an English landscape
Visiting Dorchester Abbey for the English Music Festival, and by chance, (for I had not known they were near) walking within sight of the Wittenham clumps, I was offered in one day a perfect fusion of early twentieth century English music and painting. Paul Nash was obsessed with these small rounded hills, and painted them numerous times - this, Under the Hill, in 1912. Wittenham Clumps was a landmark famous for miles around. An ancient British camp, it stood up with extraordinary prominence…
Nash, Paul (1889-1946) - 1918 Void (National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa)
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