Theodore Garman (1924-54), British. Son of Jacob Epstein and his mistress, Kathleen Garman. Studied at Chelsea School of Art, but spent much of his time farming at South Harting on the West Sussex/Hampshire borders. He had two major exhibitions in the Redfern Gallery and was greatly admired byWyndham Lewis among others.
Summer Garden, Harting, 1947, oil on board (The New Art Gallery, Walsall). This painting - one of several of Harting - depicts the back garden of his grandmother’s house.
Monet at Poissy (25) Paths During that memorable summer holiday of 1882, Monet worked feverishly. He was painting on the beach and up on the cliffs. He even painted the paths he had to walk to get from one to the other.
Claude Monet, Chemin de La Cavée, Pourville (Road at La Cavée, Pourville), 1882. Oil on canvas, 60,3 x 81,6 cm. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA Claude Monet, Le chemin de la Cavée à Pourville (The Path of La Cavée at Pourville), 1882. Oil on canvas, 73 x 60 cm. Private collection Claude Monet, Chemin creux à Pourville (Path at Pourville), 1882. Oil on canvas, 73 x 60 cm. Private collection Claude Monet, Le chemin du Petit Ailly à Varengeville (The Path of Le Petit Ailly at Varengeville), 1882. Oil on canvas, 60 x 73 cm. Private collection Claude Monet, Le Chemin Creux dans la Falaise a Varengeville (The Sunken Road in the Cliff at Varengeville), 1882. Oil on canvas, 60,5 x 73,5 cm. New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall UK