|The Well. 1920. The Hepworth, Wakefield|
The stunning piece above is simply titled, 'The Well', and is huge, it measures almost 6' x 4.5'. I'm sure someone with a more complete knowledge of Chubb's personal mythology, which was highly developed and present in all of his print work, would be able to begin to unpack some of the imagery in here much better than I could. The other images are also a delight and the two from The Potteries (below) show him to be a fairly accomplished landscape painter and are certainly suggestive of his hankering for a pre-WW1 Elysian idyll, as is often dreamt of in his poetry.
|Reclining Nude in a Field. Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum|
|The Red Farm. The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery|
|The Country Lane. The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery|