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Samuel Palmer...Now tree's seem more interesting,Its surreal Samuel can do that to anything...anything...I've  literally not seen a boring painting by this artistic god as of now .

Samuel Palmer...Now tree's seem more interesting,Its surreal Samuel can do that to anything...anything...I've literally not seen a boring painting by this artistic god as of now .

Samuel Palmer (British, 1805–1881) Oak Tree and Beech, Lullingstone Park, c. 1828 Pen and brown ink, graphite, watercolor, opaque watercolor and gum glaze, on gray paper The Morgan Library & Museum, Thaw Collection  The rooted strength of trees that the Romantics loved to depict in an almost anthropomorphized way, where the bark appears moving and living. Along with its symbolism of endurance, it may have also reflected on the strength of the country it thrived in: England.

Samuel Palmer (British, 1805–1881) Oak Tree and Beech, Lullingstone Park, c. 1828 Pen and brown ink, graphite, watercolor, opaque watercolor and gum glaze, on gray paper The Morgan Library & Museum, Thaw Collection The rooted strength of trees that the Romantics loved to depict in an almost anthropomorphized way, where the bark appears moving and living. Along with its symbolism of endurance, it may have also reflected on the strength of the country it thrived in: England.

Manifold, 1997, Simon Palmer Look at those amazing lichen greens in bark!

Manifold, 1997, Simon Palmer Look at those amazing lichen greens in bark!

Simon Palmer - School For The Clothmakers Children. Numbered and signed by the artist limited edition of 50, image size 19" x 22", £198

Simon Palmer - School For The Clothmakers Children. Numbered and signed by the artist limited edition of 50, image size 19" x 22", £198

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