A Kensington Garden by Sir Edward John Poynter Bt PRA RWS (1839-1919). 1916. Watercolor. Source: The Studio 72 (October 1917): 94.

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Commentary from The Studio

Exhibited in the Academy last year, A Kensington Garden is a beautiful presentment of Sir Edward's garden, showing the effect of the morning sun between eight and nine o'clock. Gardens are proverbially difficult to render, but Sir Edward has given us an example of what can be done with sunlight scintil- lating upon many different trees and shrubs. [95]

References

McAllister, Isabel G. “Some Water-colour Pantings by Sir Edward Poynter, P.R.A. ” The Studio: An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art. 72 (October 1917): 88-100.


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