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Artwork materials: 
Oil
Medium: 
Oil
Artwork size: 
12.5 x 17.5 cm (25 x 35 cm framed)
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A coach park on the outskirts. Walkers lightly dressed for the sunshine. Grasmere Courtyard, an art gallery, the Bridge House Hotel. Also the base of the Air Ambulance, Pride of Cumbria. Very fresh with a scent of wood smoke; birdsong everywhere. Reads headstone in the church cemetery: “Mary Steele, daughter of the late reverend Richard Steele of Langdale, who departed this life, the 28th day of September 1846, aged 86 years.” A good age for a good life. This is St. Oswald’s Church, where rests the Wordsworth family grave. Joins a group of visitors reading the headstones: “This one’s a William, there’s another William here”, “Which one’s the poet?” “Born 1770, died 1850.” ”That’d be the one, much more likely.” ”That’s his daughter, that’s his sister Dorothy.” - Cumbria Journal

Philip James

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