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70 Chapel by Drawings by Norman Neasom (1915 - 2010)

The Chapel

Ink Drawing

Image size 120mm x 120mm - Framed 260mm x 250mm

Norman lived close to the cemetery in Plymouth Road, Redditch, parts of which could be seen from his lounge window, he could also see Pitcheroak Woods that were behind the cemetery. The Chapel in the drawing is probably the building which stands in the grounds of the cemetery.

The way the figures in the drawing are portrayed are significant. They could be meeting or indeed parting as the scene is in the cemetery

There are many stages that can been seen in Norman's work from the dramatic and black period of the war through to his romantic paintings and drawings, all aspects are included in this on-line exhibition

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