49 Gate Latch painting – original art by Cathy Read

£230.00

Gate Latch is the Forty ninth of the 4950 Paintings. The image is of a gate latch near Bell Gate at Stowe Landscape Gardens near Buckingham.The painting is signed on the back and framed in white painted wood, with a double mount off white on top of black mount. Includes a certificate of authenticity.

Please note: The painting is part of the 4950 exhbition and will  only be available for collection or shipping AFTER the exhibition closes on 15th April 2019, and not before.

About the Picture
Gate Latch is the Forty ninth of the 4950 Challenge. A Series created in 2018 as part of a challenge to create 50 paintings of architectural details on buildings in Buckingham and surrounding villages. No building was used twice and no feature repeated unless there was a distinguishing characteristic of the feature.

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49 Gate Latch

When I first came across these long handled latches I was puzzled. Not being a rider, I hadn’t appreciated that there might be an issue. Then again, I tend to avoid bridleways as I prefer narrow footpaths. This latch is quite new and shiny still, or is it?

It appears to be broken. Why else would the gate be tied closed with rope? It’s tied loosly so can be opened. Just a loop connected at one side with the other hooked over the gatepost. The twist of the open fibres defined. As you follow the rope around, there’s a frayed knot by the fence pot.

A tree in the field is fenced off with green netting. Beyond is the lake reflecting brownish green from the land beyond and probably life in the water.

The top of the fence and gate weathered black with highlights in sky blue, iridescent ink.

There’s not much to see of the latch. A long pole stands upright with a suggestion of mechanism and some bolts that attach it to the gate. How does it work? You’ll have to visit it to find out. Look for it at Bell gate in Stowe Landscape Gardens,

49 Gate Latch

When I first came across these long handled latches I was puzzled. Not being a rider, I hadn’t appreciated that there might be an issue. Then again, I tend to avoid bridleways as I prefer narrow footpaths. This latch is quite new and shiny still, or is it?

It appears to be broken. Why else would the gate be tied closed with rope? It’s tied loosly so can be opened. Just a loop connected at one side with the other hooked over the gatepost. The twist of the open fibres defined. As you follow the rope around, there’s a frayed knot by the fence pot.

A tree in the field is fenced off with green netting. Beyond is the lake reflecting brownish green from the land beyond and probably life in the water.

The top of the fence and gate weathered black with highlights in sky blue, iridescent ink.

There’s not much to see of the latch. A long pole stands upright with a suggestion of mechanism and some bolts that attach it to the gate. How does it work? You’ll have to visit it to find out. Look for it at Bell gate in Stowe Landscape Gardens,

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