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Art - Vanessa Bowman - Spring - Abbotsbury & Honeysuckle

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It looks like Summer is beginning to arrive at last as the honeysuckle & columbine are blooming colourfully. Here are our two old friends again, making their way to church - they are wrapped up in their Winter coats, though, so maybe today isn't such a warm day. The flag flying on the church's flag pole seems to suggest it might be St. George's day, which is 23rd April - a little early for the honeysuckle to be blooming, surely? Maybe the artist has used a little 'poetic licence'. I spy the blackbird in the painting - can you find him? The artist usually finds a space for him!

Information from the internet: 'A feast day of St George has been celebrated in England for hundreds of years on 23 April, which was possibly the date of his martyrdom. Following the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, St George's Day became one of the most important feast days in the English calendar'.

For further interest, click on the following link for nine things you (possibly) don't know about St. George...

https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/whats-on/st-georges-day/9-things-you-didnt-know-about-st-george/
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niccolino59

I'm glad you like this one, @JarkaT. Yes, there are usually more blackbirds to search for, but not in this painting - just the one. Thanks for your visit. Go well.

JarkaT

Beautiful picture. I like the search for the blackbird bird.

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