Rocky Shore of Wastwater, 1972 (loose print)

Rocky Shore of Wastwater, 1972 (loose print)

Our Price: 25.00

Send To A Friend | Add to Wish List

Product information

"The screes, with their perpendicular crags towering above them, add greatly to the scene. The variety of colour for which they are celebrated is best seen in the winter time, when russet tint of the dead bracken contrasts with the red streaks of iron ore, the dark umber of the crags, and the patches of evrdure in their interstices" [M. J. B. Baddeley - English Lake District, p46-7]
William presents a tantalising glimpse of the red screes massed on the opposite shore of Wastwater, England's deepest lake. There is a sense of general wildness in this region, and he has clearly captured that gloomy beauty here, choosing to show us what could be gateway amongst the stone walls of rock, gathered on the shore next to the road.
Available in one size only
Image size approx 323x227mm 13x9"

People who purchased this also purchased...

       This site and all contents are 2011 Heaton Cooper Studio    Email:    Telephone: 015394 35280    Fax: 015394 35797