The former presence of each ‘disappeared image’ will be recorded in Insight by reproducing here the identifier of and textual entry for each image as previously published in The Gallery.
The 18th image, ‘Quails’ eggs 1′, replaced the second image which was:
“1/10 Suffolk church Oil on handmade paper
This illustrates a generalised Suffolk church, not a particular one; though, as anyone who has visited churches in east Suffolk in particular will recognise, examples such as those at Blythburgh, Saxmundham, Friston, the Ilketshalls and Theberton are all echoed in one or more ways by this image. Medieval churches here, for example, are characteristically of western tower, un-aisled nave and small chancel, on a knoll over-looking water; much of the coastal landscape was, and sometimes still is, typically heathland as the image suggests.
The image itself was created consciously in an early-nineteenth century style, mimicking the many images of features such as churches produced at a time when antiquarian recording was giving way to early tourist publication. The media used were something of an experiment for this painter at the time (January 2010).”