In a Shoreham Garden

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Artist: Samuel Palmer
In a Shoreham Garden, by Samuel Palmer (1805-81). Watercolour. England, 1830s. This watercolour has a magical, powerful and dreamlike quality. Palmer painted it during his ‘Shoreham Period’. He stayed in Waterhouse, Shoreham, a village in the English county of Kent, from 1826 until about 1834. This print shows an apple tree is in blossom in a walled garden and beyond the tree is a woman in a red robe. The idea for this drawing may have come to Palmer in his own garden at Water House, Shoreham.


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About the artist

Samuel Palmer

Samuel Palmer (1805-1881) taught himself to paint. He greatly admired the work of the artist and poet William Blake (1757-1827). He especially admired Blake’s visionary approach and his lack of respect for conventional watercolour techniques.