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Eel Pots, On The Banks Of A River :: Myles Birket Foster

Eel Pots, On The Banks Of A River :: Myles Birket Foster - Village life
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Myles Birket Foster, R.W.S. (1825-1899) Eel Pots, On The Banks Of A River

Pencil and watercolor (26.9 x 36.5 cm)( 10,6 x 14,3 inch ) Private collection

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 22.04.2010



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User   User Rating: 389  February 7, 2019


An interesting landscape in which there are no people, but their presence is felt. It seems that they were just here and were fishing. The composition is full of various details - wicker traps, grass on the shore, a tree, its foliage, a river, which reflects the surrounding objects, vegetation in the background. And all this is written in such a way that it transmits texture, shows small elements. Thanks to this canvas turns deep, interesting, rich.

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