a colourless, odourless liquid
Yet water, particularly a water surface, has so many wonderful effects which are often taken for granted, or not even noticed, by those whose very existence depends on it in everyday life...
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The images on this site have been produced by scanning 35mm transparencies using a slide scanner. The colours and quality of the images may not therefore be representative of the original paintings.
Size: 1.22 x 0.82 Medium: Oils on canvas
The Thames seems to start from lower springs than it used to, perhaps because of increased 'abstraction'. However it is already a tinkling little torrent of fresh water, bumbling over the earthy limestone ('Cornbrash') rocks by the time it crosses under the main A428 Cirencester road, and becomes easily visible about half a mile north east of Kemble, Gloucestershire.