Nothing To Share But Yesterday by Andrew McNeile Jones
Original Painting. The open sea, the elements of water and wind, suggest the essential, ineluctable parts of the world.
Nothing To Share But Yesterday
50 x 70 cm,
oil on canvas.
A figure in a landscape, a woman stands on a grassy ridge above the sea, stretching up as she pegs unruly laundry to a line. She appears to be a figure from the past, a memory of
The open sea, the elements of water and wind, suggest the essential, ineluctable parts of the world. The manual, domestic chores say something about a simpler time.
The serpentine shapes echo the billowing of the fabrics and the combination of monochrome and sharper colours suggest both a time past and yet very much of the