Cherry and Pine Montagne de Tabe
The foreground consists of light-play in grass either side of a stony track which descends to a tangle of bushes out of which rise two Scots pines. In the distance the valley is a sea of cloud from which rise high mountains. Overhead the golden limbs of a cherry tree descend, their leaves catching sunlight. The last cherry of the season hangs in the top left.
The painting is available from
Available from Tyrrell Art Gallery
Oil on canvas
86cm x 71cm
Can be seen at John Slavin Morningside