‘Glories of modern architecture: London Wall in the 1970s’, (2013) Oil on linen, 76.3 x 101.7 cm  2013

by john albert walker

I moved to London in the early 1960s. I can only recall visiting London Wall once during the following decade. I found the environment aesthetically sterile, inhumane and repulsive. Nature had been virtually eliminated by the planners - in the painting just one tree is visible. This part of the City of London had been reduced to a wasteland by Nazi bombers in WW2 and the n...
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