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  • Watership Down Paintings
    Mouse Fiver Beyond El ahrairah and the Black Rabbit of Inle The Lower Bridge The Sky Suspended The Great River the Plank Bridge and the Punt ALDO GALLI ABOUT ME CONTACT DETAILS Gallery Watership Down Number of Painting 21 In this gallery you can view all the paintings inspired by Watership Down Clicking on the image will take you to each painting page completed with comments and related passages from

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  • Watership Down Paintings
    Black Rabbit of Inle The Lower Bridge The Sky Suspended The Great River the Plank Bridge and the Punt ALDO GALLI ABOUT ME CONTACT DETAILS Gallery BIC SHOW 09 Number of Painting 24 The photos in this gallery were taken during the BIC Christmas Gift Show 2009 where we had the opportunity to set up a display of the Watership Down paintings Richard Adams attended on the 21st for the

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    The Lower Bridge The Sky Suspended The Great River the Plank Bridge and the Punt ALDO GALLI ABOUT ME CONTACT DETAILS Fiver s Vision Mon 27th Jul 2009 at 21 56 48 Stretched canvas 18x24 45x60cm At first it wasn t exactly danger that Fiver seemed to feel about the place it was something oppressive like thunder and it worried him Then in the light of the sunset he saw the opposite field covered in blood something terrible was coming to the warren Part 1 The Journey From Chapter 1 The Notice Board By kind permission of Richard Adams A little way in front of them the ground had been freshly disturbed Two piles of earth lay on the grass Heavy posts reeking of creosote and paint towered up as high as the holly trees in the hedge and the board they carried threw a long shadow across the top of the field Near one of the posts a hammer and a few nails had been left behind The two rabbits went up to the board at a hopping run and crouched in a patch of nettles on the far side wrinkling their noses at the smell of a dead

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  • Watership Down Paintings
    and a representation of the Thousand the rabbit s enemies Lord Frith decided to control the spreading of El ahrairah people He gave each animal a different gift To the stoat the fox and the weasel he gave the desire to hunt and eat the rabbits They had cunning hearts and sharp teeth while the cat received silent feet and eyes that can see in the dark and they were now after El ahrairah children The stoat the fox the weasel and the cat are mentioned in The Story of the Blessing of El ahrairah while the owl and the badger are mentioned in The Trial of El ahrairah When the swift told El ahrairah the news he was scared and began to dig a hole in the hill side and tried to hide So Frith found him digging with his bottom sticking out the half dug hole Part 1 The Journey From Chapter 6 The Story of the Blessing of El ahrairah By kind permission of Richard Adams Frith felt himself in friendship with El ahrairah because of his resourcefulness and because he would not give up even when he thought the fox and the weasel were coming And

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  • Watership Down Paintings
    hedgerow and straight into a concealed snare The painting catches the moment when Hazel looked towards the brook while some of the other rabbits ran towards them Blackberry was already beside him studying the snare peg driven into the ground Bigwig laid still across the wire his lips pulled back from the front teeth in a fixed snarl The woodland in the background represents Frith Copse on the left and High Wood with the brook that runs between them You can see on the left the very acute point that Cowslip crossed after inviting our rabbits to join his warren From Chapter 13 Hospitality The corner of the opposite wood turned out to be an acute point Beyond it the ditch and trees curved back again in a re entrant so that the field formed a bay with a bank running all the way round It was evident now why Cowslip when he left them had gone among the trees He had simply run in a direct line from their holes to his own passing on his way through the narrow strip of woodland that lay between Shadows are south westwards as described in Chapter 14 Like Trees in November The sun risen behind the copse threw long shadows from the trees south westwards across the field Part 1 The Journey From Chapter 17 The Shining Wire By kind permission of Richard Adams The running knot had pulled tight and was buried in the fur behind his ear The projecting point of one strand had lacerated his neck and drops of blood dark and red as yew berries welled one by one down his shoulder Frenzied with distress Hazel leapt out of the gap and squatted beside him Bigwig s eyes were closed and his lips pulled back from the

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    Jul 2009 at 23 39 20 Stretched canvas 12x24 30x60cm The rabbits reached the top of a sandy bank above the river Enborne Soon they were in grey twilight it was morning Part 1 The Journey From Chapter 8 The Crossing By kind permission of Richard Adams Immediately below them lay a wide pool and here the water was almost still Away to their left the bank sloped down again into clumps of alder among which the stream could be heard chattering over gravel There was a glimpse of barbed wire stretched across the water Hazel looked at path upstream There s grass down there he said Let s go and feed They scrambled down the bank and set to nibbling beside the water Between them and the stream itself stood half grown clumps of purple loosestrife and fleabane which would not flower for nearly two months yet The only blooms were a few early meadow sweet and a patch of pink butterbur What was to be done Fiver said that they ought to cross though both he and Pipkin were worn out and would not be able to tackle it quite yet The others were reluctant Blackberry suggested that Bigwig swam across the pool to check the surroundings Bigwig crossed the river and pulled himself out of the water gripping with his teeth one of the stems of a figwort A few moments later he was back with the news that looking down from the fields on the other side of the river he had seen a dog loose in the wood Those who can swim swim he said The others will have to stay here and hope for the best Hazel wouldn t go until Fiver and Pipkin were fit to swim It was Blackberry who found the

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  • Watership Down Paintings
    the Plank Bridge and the Punt ALDO GALLI ABOUT ME CONTACT DETAILS The Crow and the Beanfield Wed 29th Jul 2009 at 21 52 44 Stretched canvas 12x24 30x60 cm Exhausted after the night in the woods and the crossing of the Enborne the rabbits lay in the thorn crouching between the stems A hedge row in open fields would have not been a safe place to remain all day but most of the rabbits were too tired even to keep awake Hazel went out cautiously into the field to smell the wind There was only one smell new to him a strange sweet fragrance filled the air He decided to find the source Running up the meadow past some grazing cows he saw a crow hopping in the grass Not hawk he thought and carried on to the top where stood a field of broad beans in full flower the scent was powerful He never saw anything similar before It would have provided a perfect place to sleep all day covering them in sight and smell He went back to the others to bring the good news They became widely separated as they struggled up the slope Suddenly came a high scream the sound that a rabbit makes in terror Fiver and Pipkin well behind were being attacked by the crow Pipkin who was screaming buried his head into a clump of rank grass Part 1 The Journey From Chapter 9 The Crow and the Bean Field By kind permission of Richard Adams Hazel covered the distance down the slope in a few seconds He had no idea what he was going to do and if the crow had ignored him he would probably have been at a loss But by dashing up he distracted its attention and it

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    Great River the Plank Bridge and the Punt ALDO GALLI ABOUT ME CONTACT DETAILS Across Newtown Churchyard Wed 29th Jul 2009 at 21 55 40 Stretched canvas 12x24 30x60cm The church of St Mary the Virgin with St John the Baptist stands along the A34 to Newbury After crossing the river Enborne and sleeping in the bean field the rabbits crossed the road and made their way through the churchyard

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