For an idea of the sizes, some photographs of me were taken in the gallery with the views of Fife, Ceres and Largo. In the picture below, I’m standing on the left hand side and next to me is a painting of Ceres Mill, in Fife (c1923), next to this are two smaller paintings: the one on the top shows a beach scene in Largo and the one below Fife cottages; finally, on the far right is a painting of Ceres Church in Fife.
Prof Whitestick by four paintings by Leslie Hunter
Ceres Church, Fife
Nancy also took photographs of the Etaples paintings. The photographs below shows two of these paintings. The first is titled The beach party, Etaples, 1914, and shows from left a man dressed in black sitting on a deck chair (straw hat on head!), next to him is a woman on a deck chair and from the centre moving to the right is a group of 4-5 people, all with their backs to us.
Leslie Hunter Apres-midi, Beau Rivage, Etaples
Many thanks to the Fleming Gallery for passing on tips. Nancy had told me of an exhibition of the works of Peploe at the Portland Gallery.
More information on the Fleming Collection can be found on their website: http://www.flemingcollection.co.uk/index.php