Robin Hood's Bay in wartime
Robin Hood's Bay has always been a popular subject for artists, and it was there Eurich learnt to paint as a schoolboy. He also saw the sea as 'a symbol of a certain loneliness which I have always desired'. The serenity of the scene contrasts with the knowledge of the brutality of the unfolding war, and the artist claimed that during this period of the phoney war he experienced a difficulty in differentiating this scene from a similar one in peacetime.
Richard Ernst Eurich
- Image reference: BHC1572
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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