Down the Garden: 1912
4 0 c m
 
30cm
actual image size: 22cm x 27cm

Down the Garden: 1912

Spencer Gore

© Museum of London

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Down the Garden, oil on canvas. This painting depicts Gore's back garden at 2 Houghton Place, on the south side of Harrington Square. Spencer Gore painted this view of his back garden. Everyday subjects fascinated Gore. This typical London back garden is narrow and untidy, with chicken sheds, tools, and a discarded ladder. The bare plant beds and leafless tree suggest it is winter. Gore used vibrant colours to paint the urban scenes that surrounded him in Camden Town. His friend, journalist Ashley Gibson, later said: 'His artist's eyes saw a violet veil drawn of mornings over the chimney pots, Victorian facades, and grimy plane trees of Camden town, and thus he painted them.'
 

Artist/Photographer/Maker

 

Date

1912 AD - 1912 AD
 

Image Number

000723
 

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