LANDMARKS - The East Anglian Art of Robert Chaplin

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ISBN: 978-0-9929914-6-3

Softback, 120 pages, 220mm x 220mm
Published: October 2015



Robert Chaplin’s colourful interpretations of familiar Norfolk and Suffolk scenes have been providing pleasure for decades. The blend of draughtsmanship, graphic design and an eye for composition has resulted in a series of enduring images. With the more familiar locations in Southwold and Cromer, Robert’s challenge was to use his combination of pastel, ink and crayon in such a way that would differentiate his work from that of the many other artists sketching and

painting the landmarks. When it comes to Robert’s home patch in the Norfolk Broads, there is surprisingly little competition among contemporary artists and modern techniques. Robert’s bold portfolio of waterside locations therefore contrasts strikingly with the myriad conventional watercolours and oils showcasing the region. With his numerous Broads images, he has added greatly to the artistic landscape. Small wonder that reproductions of these highly original compositions prove so popular with holidaymakers and locals alike.