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Oliver Rackham writes: "Only one picture, John Brett's "The Hedger", is of a convincing wood, with stools of oak and ash (but the cataloguer calls them "birch"!) and in the foreground a woodbank with a man plashing a hedge on it.O. Rackham, "Woodlands", Collins, 2010
Thank you. I've read Oliver but didn't notice that. The Stonebreaker is also very real in that way.
why he entitled this oeuvre the hedger, this name doesn't haves any sense for what this works means.
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