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Mixed Media on Hot Pressed Water Colour Paper; Predominately Water Colour with Pastel, Charcoal, Watercolour Pencil and Chalk.

Geoffrey de Chadderton, In 1629 a new hall was built at the site of the current park and was present there until the 20th century when it was demolished in 1939. A boating lake and a menagerie, including a kangaroo and a lion, were established as part of a "Pleasure Garden" in the park. These features have long since been demolished but evidence of the boating lake can be seen by the hollowed out area where the playing fields now stand.
Robert enjoys the tranquil atmosphere that exists in the park; he also enjoys the snack at the excellent pavilion cafe. He is often accompanied by his granddaughters in the park. The subject of the painting is of the lower area of the park where the river Irk flows.

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