Sally Gaywood - Signed 1960 Oil, Corn Stacks
An impressive summer landscape by English artist Sally Gaywood, depicting corn stacks in an expansive landscape. Gaywood was a pupil of the late Robert Goodwin, and studied with him in his Chelsea studio. Known for her use of light, atmosphere and depiction of skies and clouds, Gaywood has a delicate and expressive touch. This early landscape differs slightly from Gaywood's most recent work, where she has drifted towards the abstract in her 'visionary' paintings. However, this piece remains a fine example of her work.
Gaywood has had a number of one-man exhibitions in London, the House of Commons and abroad. She was also commissioned to produce views of the Royal farms at Windsor, which are now part of HM the Queen's Royal Collection.
Signed and dated. On canvas on stretchers.
There is some loss to the paint layer at the upper left corner. With a repaired tear to the lower centre edge which has been patched and retouched, visible from the reverse.
43.9 x 64.4cm (17.3" x 25.4")Sheet: 45.6 x 65.9cm (18" x 25.9")
Born in Chester, Sally Gaywood is known for her landscapes of the English countryside. Inspired by a music, cathedrals or a spectacular view, Gaywood has an ever evolving style that continues to draw in viewers. She now resides in Dartmoor where she continues to paint professionally.
|Dimensions||43.9 x 64.4cm|
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