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01 January 2017 - 19 March 2017
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Sun shines on snow in a kaleidoscope of colours in several of the pictures in this small display from the Laing collection.
A watercolour by Thomas Miles Richardson senior shows a country cottage through a blizzard, and JF Slater depicts a Northumberland view on a snowy night. A watercolour shows Newcastle in the grip of the Great Frost of 1784, with the Tyne frozen. Dorothy Carr created a striking picture of the frozen River Coquet in 1955. 19th-century Japanese artist Hiroshige also concentrated on design in his colour woodblock print of snow on Mount Hira.
You can read more about Newcastle in the Great Frost of 1784 in our blog.
Laing Art Gallery
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Newcastle upon Tyne
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