Art of Peter Crawford - So Long Ago So Clear


'SO LONG AGO SO CLEAR'
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'PETER'S CHRISTMAS'
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'YORK STREET - MARYLEBONE _ LONDON'
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'BEDROOM VISITORS'
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'BATH TIME'
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'VIEW FROM THE BEDROOM WINDOW'
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'VIEW OF THE GARDEN SHED'
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'ET IN ARCADIA EGO'
Peter Crawford

Reconstruction of a memory from the 1950s.
'Gradually, as the Summer turned to Autumn the visits became more frequent, and finally Jane had to tell Peter that there would be no more visits to play with the toys, as 'Auntie' Ivy had died.
And if 'Auntie' Ivy could die, then so could Jane or John, and then what would happen to Peter ?'

"Et in Arcadia ego" is a Latin phrase that appears as the title of two paintings by Nicolas Poussin (1594–1665). They are pastoral paintings depicting idealized shepherds clustering around an austere tomb.

The translation of the phrase is "Even in Arcadia, there am I". The usual interpretation is that "I" refers to death, and "Arcadia" means a utopian land. 

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'THE ALLEYWAY TO INWOOD PARK'
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'THE BOATING POOL - INWOOD PARK'
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'THE VISITORS IN HOUNSLOW'
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'INVADERS FROM MARS'
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'THE FEARLESS BOY'
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