“This is one of Sutherland’s last pastoral plates. A larger image than usual in that vein, it is interesting because the artist has chosen a vantage point whereby the landscape all but fills the picture area and the vertical elements are composed from the perspective of the subject matter itself. Like ‘Pecken Wood’ the technique recalls Palmer but here the concept of the plate is distinctly of the Twentieth Century” - Raymond Lister Great Images of British Printmaking, 1978.
|Image size||17.5 x 22.5 cm|
|Paper size||21.9 x 27.4 cm|
|Reference||Tassi 20 iii/iii|
|Collections||The Fitzwilliam Museum, MOMA (NY), Art Gallery of New South Wales|