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Robert Barlow

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Building ‘Media City’ at ‘Salford Quays’ is a brightly coloured rustic looking painting, with heavy impasto paint-laden textures, set against a washy background. The industrial-looking scene depicts the construction of ‘Media City BBC Headquarters’ as viewed from an abandoned shipyard at the old remains of Manchester’s former Salford Quays, in 2009. The painting is a very accurate interpretation of a scene busy with cranes and half erected structures, forming a backdrop to a typical abandoned dry dockyard of old barges, moored up ships, rusty oil drums, loading cranes, all reflected by ground laden pools of oily water on a cracked surface of concrete, broken by buddleia weeds. The painting depicts a place being awoken by change. The textured painting is on a canvas stretcher 2 cm deep and is ideally suited to a frame.

Robert Barlow Media City Construction At Salford Quays, 2009

£575.00
H 76 cm x W 102 cm x D 2 cm
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About Robert Barlow

About the artwork

Building ‘Media City’ at ‘Salford Quays’ is a brightly coloured rustic looking painting, with heavy impasto paint-laden textures, set against a washy background. The industrial-looking scene depicts the construction of ‘Media City BBC Headquarters’ as viewed from an abandoned shipyard at the old remains of Manchester’s former Salford Quays, in 2009. The painting is a very accurate interpretation of a scene busy with cranes and half erected structures, forming a backdrop to a typical abandoned dry dockyard of old barges, moored up ships, rusty oil drums, loading cranes, all reflected by ground laden pools of oily water on a cracked surface of concrete, broken by buddleia weeds. The painting depicts a place being awoken by change. The textured painting is on a canvas stretcher 2 cm deep and is ideally suited to a frame.

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