Walberswick & Southwold From Dunwich, 1953 by Frederick Baldwin
Frederick Baldwin was a Suffolk artist with an architectural background. A mostly self-taught pencil, pen and watercolour artist, he met the artist Leonard Squirrell at Lowestoft in 1923 and together they went on many local sketching trips. A surviving drawing by Squirrel suggests that the two artists sat side by side to draw this Dunwich scene. Completed not long after the great flood of February 1953, his watercolour shows a bulldozer at work constructing the shingle bank which is still the main defence against the sea between Dunwich and Walberswick. On the horizon can be seen Walberswick Church, the water tower at Southwold, St Edmund’s Church and Southwold’s lighthouse and between the church and the lighthouse smoke rises from Adnams Brewery.
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|Size||175 X 125mm|
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