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Early 20th Century Oil - The Barbican and Bridge in Sandwich, Kent, England



A fine detailed architectural view of the Barbican and a stone bridge in the town of Sandwich, Kent, England. The artist has chosen an interesting angle in order to compose the picture, with a muted palette and an emphasis on shadow. The Barbican was built in the late 14th Century, with a timber-barrelled archway and two chequered round towers, and the Portland stone bridge was completed later, in 1773. On canvas laid to board. Unsigned and inscribed.


In good condition overall, with a small area of surface abrasion to the left side, and some surface marks. There is some fraying to the edges of the canvas, and a small diagonal crease to the upper left corner, as shown.


28.9 x 40cm (11.4" x 15.7")
Sheet: 31.1 x 41.4cm (12.2" x 16.3")

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Code kk200
Date Early 20th Century
Dimensions 28.9 x 40cm
Framed No
Medium Oil
Style Realism
Subject Architecture & Cityscapes
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