LIGHT & SHADE, DARTINGTON

 

                                             

The Great Hall, Dartington, built in 1388, eventually fell into disrepair. When Dorothy and Leonard Elmhirst bought the estate in 1925 the hall was in ruins, four walls without a roof, open to the stars. The Elmhirsts restored it for use as a performance space. This medieval setting has been the venue for the first performance - often the only performance - of many masterpieces of modern music. Summer evening concerts tend to start in the ‘remains of the day’ and conclude, as you startle yourself awake, in the glow of lamplight. A3 print supplied unframed.





LIGHT & SHADE, DARTINGTON

Image: 28 x 19cm on A3

Hahnemühle paper

£75 Unframed + postage