The Weald of Kent is an autumnal view of the Kent countryside (Underriver as seen from Carter’s Hill), framed by the trunk and branches of a massive oak. Variations of this view also appear in two related works by Palmer, The Timber Wain and The Golden Valley. “Weald” is an Old English term meaning “forest.” “The Weald” is a region of South East England crossing Sussex, Hampshire, Kent and Surrey.
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Samuel Palmer : “The Weald of Kent” (1833-1834)
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