Rain, rainbow and stormy seas
This artist is most readily known for his association with the British 'kitchen-sink group' of painters of the 1950s. As well as works of social realism, he has also produced landscapes throughout his career. Here he has created a strong visual and conceptual experience of a seascape through the application of thick impasto paint for the stormy sea, with thinner paint representing the sky and rain. With cliffs visible on the left, the rainbow has been slashed across the horizon to the centre of this atmospheric work. The movement of the water contrasts with the solidity and darkness of the sky.
Peter Godfrey Coker
- Image reference: BHC2268
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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