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By the early 1960s Redpath was in poor health, having suffered two coronary thromboses in the 1950s, but she continued to travel with her sons: to Portugal in 1961, Holland in 1962 and Venice in 1963. This canal view in the Oude Zijde (Old Side) of Amsterdam is dominated by the cone-topped Schreierstoren (Weepers’ Tower) and the sombre Sint Nicolaaskerk. It is filled with Redpath’s characteristic love of historic buildings and feeling for their organic and idiosyncratic structures.
oil on canvas
H 63.5 x W 76.2 cm