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Overlooking Jura by Charles Knight


Faced with severe weather and dramatic highland scenery, Charles Knight developed a more expansive, visionary style than his previous light, flat washes suitable for calm, bucolic English pastoral scenes. Brush, pen, pencil and tonal contrasts to capture fleeting atmospheric effects. The painting shows a view looking across to the island of Jura from the Scottish mainland in typical rough stormy weather.
Artist:Charles Knight
Artwork type:painting
Material:watercolour on paper
Measurements:200 x 310 mm
Technique:tonal washes, pen and ink lines, wax resist ?
Topographical drawing, drawn on site from observation.
Date:1947
Location:The Aldrich Collection at the University of Brighton
Culture:British
Rights owner:Charles Knight
Rights status:UK HE use only
Institution:University of Brighton
Notes:Date: 1947 (however, according to Betty Miles, CK said that he visited Jura in the summer of 1948)

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