'Spring blossom, Esher', (2012), oil on linen, 122 x 71 cm  2012

by john albert walker

Every Spring, for a brief period, The Green at the centre of Esher in Surrey is transformed by an explosion of pale pink blossoms that appear on the trees. In the background is depicted an old public house called The Bear where Lord Nelson used to stay overnight while travelling to Portsmouth. In the centre is a bronze statue of Britannia, commenorating in fact Queen Victo...
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