The clocks have sprung forward and Spring is now officially here, even though it is still a bit chilly.
This painting, by Claude Cardon, sums up this feeling beautifully. It is a lovely tranquil pastoral scene with apple blossom and sheep, which so typifies his work. Claude Cardon exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1893- 1913, at the Royal Society of British Artists and at the Walker Art Gallery and the Manchester City Art Gallery. He was renowned for his exquisite and gentle portrayal of domestic animals.
  • Claude Cardon 1864-1937
  • Sheep in Springtime
  • Oil on board. Signed
  • Gilt swept frame
These paintings of Spring flowers exude the freshness and beauty of this time of year.
flowers one
  • Mike LLewellyn
  • Daffodils
  • Acryllic on board
  • Anna Zinkeisen 1901- 1976 British
  • Spring Flowers
  • Oil on panel
  • 17cm x 22cm



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