Mathilda's Kitchen

Sir William Russell Flint

P.R.A., P.R.W.S., R.S.W., R.O.I., R.E.

russell flint watercolour, mathilda's kitchen
MATHILDA`S KITCHEN
SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT P.R.A., P.R.W.S., R.S.W., R.O.I., R.E. (SCOTTISH 1880-1969)
Signed, watercolour
35cm x 49cm (14in x 19in)
Exhibited:The Fine Art Society, London, July 1956, no.150 as Mathilda's Kitchen, Lucenay
MacConnal - Mason, London

Lucenay takes its name from a freed man of Julius Caesar, called Licinius, who lived in the 1st century BC.
Another possibility is that the country would radiate from the light, the whole village being oriented to the East
Built on a hillside on the edge of Azergues the village Lucenay is not like its neighbouring villages, but built in aunique type of stone.
The buildings in the town are white stone, which has become the famous stone Lucenay.

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