David Leverett (British, born 1938)
Working in oil or acrylic on canvas or original lithography, Leverett’s landscapes have enormous vitality. They are about everything that we are dependent upon in the dimensions of nature: the combination of elements weather, air, sky, and earth that constitute the mass that we jive on, always in a state of change, constantly in motion. Although based on classically drawn studies made at specific locations, each Leverett work is a compilation of recorded and remembered territories
Leverett’s works are unashamedly romantic, and (to quote the English critic, John Russell Taylor) ‘keyed into Nature in a way that Wordsworth would have understood and shared, yet at the same time with a vaulting idealism to match Shelley’s most transcendental visions.’
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