"Spring song for Caroline" is a small painting on the theme of spring, originally painted for an exhibition at the National Trust property Leith Hill Place in Surrey. The theme for the exhibition was Awakening (Spring) and the image shows a song thrush singing its song in a bough surrounded by new blossom.
It is painted in acrylic paint on a birch ply-wood panel and is set in a beech wood tray frame. It measures 30 cm x 30 cm
This painting was originally made for an exhibition at a National Trust house on the theme of spring. It was part of a set of three paintings depicting birds to be found in the woodland surrounding the house (Leith Hill Place in Surrey) and shows the song thrush singing in a bough of spring blossom. The title refers to Caroline Darwin (sister of naturalist Charles Darwin) who was married to the owner of Leith Hill Place in the 19th century.
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