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A bend in the river

By Karuma1970
Earlier in the year with good weather and the virus seemingly in retreat it was possible to get out for a walk.
This artist took advantage of there still being very few people out drinking at this pub on the river in Isleworth to set up his easel. Another, more famous pub, is visible if you look carefully. There has been a church on the site of All Saints' Church which you see in the picture since at least the thirteenth century but the stone tower, which is fifteenth century, is the only pre-twentieth century bit left. Turner painted it but from the other side of the river. The stretch of the river seen here is where both Katherine Howard, who was imprisoned nearby, and Lady Jane Grey embarked on their last journeys to the Tower.


Tags: Artist History Thames river Portraits and people Isleworth Pint of Beer

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JuBarney Plus
10 34 5 United Kingdom
30 Dec 2020 6:14PM
A really lovely composition
Ju
30 Dec 2020 7:52PM
If I look past him I can see what he's painting but I really want to see his painting. Excellent idea to include the artist and his work in what is otherwise a very interesting historical capture on its own.
30 Dec 2020 9:13PM
Your write up is so informative. A wonderful image of the painter at work. Debs
31 Dec 2020 2:32AM
Wonderful photo and narrative, Mike.

Peter
31 Dec 2020 11:05AM
Excellent composition Mike,
Fred.
31 Dec 2020 11:09AM
Well spotted, Mike - they look a very talented artist, great to see them at work.

Dave 🙂

31 Dec 2020 1:50PM
Smashing find, Mike and a very nicely composed image.
Always good to see art being created.

And a very happy optimistic NEW YEAR to you and yours.

JohnSmile
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2021 2:36PM
Boatabilia, lovely location, and good content. Lovely to see the artist at work...
Isabel GrinGrin

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