About: Kane Cunningham
Inspired by the watercolours of JMW Turner this painting was completed at Friars Crag over looking Derwentwater. Described by Ruskin as one of the three or four most beautiful views in Europe it was completed during Storm Ali where 4-foot waves crashed on the lake shore.
Kane said, ‘I completed several works during Storm Ali all of which were achieved while fighting with the elements. It was an exciting painting trip, but it also indicated to me that climate change was having a profound and destructive impact upon the landscape and what we were seeing was potentially a regular occurrence’.
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