Page from a vintage book
Signed on the front.
J. Dixon-Scott was an extremely interesting character who decided to photographically record the English landscape and urban life in a response to the rapid changes which were taking place during his life through the 1920's and he built up a vast collection of over 15,000 images some of which were put in book form.
This book was such an exciting find in an op-shop and I have endeavoured to create a relevant image on the page - The Nuthatch is a common woodland bird in Europe and in this context it is representing the changing landscape with lost woodlands and also asking the question of what does this site look like now in modern times.
The book page is mounted on archival board.
The piece is unframed.
Acrylic on vintage book page mounted on archival watercolour board
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Unframed (requires framing)
This artwork is unframed and requires framing.