Chelsea Mist (i)

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Chelsea Mist (i) is an image from a series taken whilst the artist lived on House Boat Amari, a converted barge moored at Old Ferry Wharf, by Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. The picture depicts the Thames at Chelsea, with a view of the sweeping river at Chelsea Reach. Taken early one morning, the steeple of St Mary’s Church can be seen on the left hand side of the frame, along with the Montevetro Building designed by Richard Rogers, with Battersea Railway Bridge just in view, in the middle of the frame. To the right of the frame, it is just possible to make out the buildings at Chelsea Harbour. The picture was taken from the window of the lower deck of the artists boat, and reflects both the majestic power of the Thames, and morning tranquility of the ever changing scene. The artist spent a period of some six years between 2006 and 2012 living at Old Ferry Wharf, and completed a number of works during this period, utilising the exquisite light that emanated from the river.

Printed on Hahnemühle German Etching Paper 310 gsm.

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