Paintings of Places of Pilgrimage by Ian Scott Massie
Places of Pilgrimage is a project which Ian Scott Massie began as a proposed exhibition about special places where people go for all sorts of reasons: literary, religious, artistic or legendary. Some of the places included were the landscapes of Paul Nash’s paintings, the village where Laurie Lee wrote Cider with Rosie, the boathouse where Dylan Thomas composed Under Milk Wood and Stockport Viaduct which so captivated L S Lowry.
This led to the writing and publication of a book and an exhibition tour to eight locations around England. The project has now led to a further tour of new work focusing on the area around Ludlow and Hereford on the English/Welsh border which will be taking place in 2018. (Details HERE). Below are the paintings from the original tour. Many have been sold but are included here so that the exhibition may be seen in full.
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