Gordon Clifford Barlow was a British artist (1913-2005). He lived and worked in Wharfedale Yorkshire, exhibited widely in London Paris and provincial galleries and had his own galley in Ilkley. Most of his paintings are of rural landscapes in Yorkshire and elsewhere, although he did also paint in Italy.Yorkshire Dales is an upland area of the Pennines in the historic county of Yorkshire, England, most of it in the Yorkshire Dales National Park created in 1954. This charming place, with beautiful views, has become an inspiration for the artist to create this landscape.
The composition is a rectangular arranged horizontally. Composition divided into two parts: heaven and earth, which adds horizontality to the image. In the upper part cold tones (blue, white) predominate, while the lower part is dominated by warm colors (green, brown, beige).
Signed lower left “C.C. BARLOW”, also signed and titled on the reverse. Framed in a wooden, painted white frame.