|Freckled white foxgloves with bumble bees for preference|
|Sweet williams for their ruff of green spikes|
|Fennel for their cloudy bronze-green colour|
Two short blogs, somewhere else, reminded me of Paul Nash paintings, who was also around at the time of John Piper, they both had a common theme in painting about prehistory (it needs a whole blog on the subject) and of course the much later movement of the Brotherhood of Ruralists..
This for ref; Brotherhood of the Ruralist;
Thinking about what brought all these old blogs back was the fact that the Holburne Museum in Bath has just opened its swish new glass extension, it caused a great furore the design a couple of years ago, and in the news this morning was one of their 'treasures', it was a Peter Blake painting, collage I think... A Museum for Myself