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

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Description

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.

Condition

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.

Size

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

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