Bouth is near Ulverston where Alfred lived for a time with his family. He developed a growing fascination to provide invaluable insights of regular folk performing their daily routines of work, by compiling numerous drawings and paintings in their natural surroundings. In the 1890's charcoal was an important ingredient for the production of gunpowder and for the iron-works at nearby Backbarrow.
"His Millet-inspired fascination for watching and then portraying ordinary people at work in their ordinary, everyday lives had not left him, and the traditional Lakeland occupations provided Alfred with plenty of ideas. It was in September 1898 that he first began to watch the charcoal burners at work in the woodland and coppices around Hawkshead"
(J. Renouf, p64 Alfred Heaton Cooper, Painter of Landscape)
Inner Print Sizes:
- Framed - 538 x 437mm / 21.2 z 17.2 inches (Inner Print: 380 x 274mm / 15 x 10.8 inches).
- Mounted - 508 x 406mm / 20 x 16 inches (Inner Print: 380 x 274mm / 15 x 10.8 inches).
- Frame & Canvas dimensions may vary slightly due to the slight variations frame width.
- Please allow +/- 5% on all measurements to allow for human error when measuring, rounding & conversions. For an exact measurement of your desired frame, please contact us.
- Canvas Prints do include the frame and come as seen in the photo.
- Canvas frames may vary slightly in color. If you’re ordering multiple canvases or already have a canvas and would like the frame to match, please get in touch.
- Loose Print sizes are the size of the inner picture. All loose prints come with an additional white border, ranging from 30mm to 85mm depending on the print size. This can easily be cut off with a ruler and knife.
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