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Gordon Clifford Barlow (1913-2004) - Oil, Kettlewell From The Old Roman Road

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An impressive oil painting by the listed British artist Gordon Clifford Barlow (1913-2004). The scene depicts Kettlewell, a rural village situated in the idyllic North Yorkshire. With his distinctive impressionistic style and verdant colour palette Barlow has perfectly captured the natural beauty of the area. With an artist label on the reverse inscribed 'Kettlewell from the Old Roman Road'. Well presented in an ornate gilt effect frame with decorative, floral corner pieces. Signed. On canvas.


There is substantial paint loss to the upper sky area which has been retouched, visible under UV light. There is also craquelure to the green pigment at the lower central area. Otherwise the overall appearance is good.


49.5 x 75cm (19.5" x 29.5")
Framed Size: 65.3 x 91cm (25.7" x 35.8")

Artist Biography

Gordon Clifford Barlow was a British artist (1913-2004). He lived and worked in Wharfedale Yorkshire and most of his paintings are of rural landscapes in Yorkshire and elsewhere. He studied and later taught at Bradford School of Art. He was taught by Stanley Royle and was known for his paintings of golf and golf courses. He showed at galleries in London and in the provinces.


Kettlewell, Skipton, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, BD23 5RW

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Code kp162
Artist Gordon Clifford Barlow (1913-2004)
Date 20th Century
Dimensions 49.5 x 75cm
Framed Yes
Medium Oil
Style Impressionism
Subject Landscape
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