"On the day when I made this painting I had walked up from the lead mines, crossing the Glenridding Beck by a weir below the buildings, then crossing Red Tarn Beck near a sheepfold and following its left bank to the tarn. The October midday sun was shining across the great mass of Helvellyn, picking out in golden profiles a few crags here and there, but leaving most of this great wall of rock in smoky blue-grey shadow"
[WHC - The Tarns of Lakeland, p118]
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Image size approx 187x130mm 7 3/8x5 1/8