Julian Trevelyan (1910-1988)

Cretan Windmills (1964)

Oil on canvas

61 x 77 cm

Following a bout of meningitis in 1963 Trevelyan’s first works included the Cretan Windmills prints in 1964. Much as he had been inspired by the surreal kilns in Stoke on Trent before the war, so the windmills in Crete proved an inspiration as they dominated the shoreline, peasants on their donkeys travelling before them.

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