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Seascape from Le Croisic
A seascape at Le Croisic, showing the sun setting behind clouds over the sea. During December 1921 Everett stayed at the Fort de L'Ocean hotel, Le Croisic, near St Lazaire, on the Loire-Atlantique. The hotel was positioned above the rocks and afforded such a panoramic view of the sea that he described it as one of the best sea places to stay. There are slashes of brilliant orange tones on the left of the canvas painted with strong impasto strokes. The artist has paid attention to the effects of light above the clouds, concentrating on the vivid light from the sun emanating out across the sky and casting a reflection across the surface of the water.
Herbert Barnard John Everett
- Image reference: BHC0009
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London