It would take a very cold heart indeed, not to be moved by Paul Corfield’s very latest autumn 2017 compositional reveal, simply entitled ‘Dusk’. Its simplicity is to evoke immediate emotive responses in viewers, enraptured by the very presence and ambience delivered by the illustrative content within. We’re talking about a collection of trees, a few rolling fields, a distant river, a solitary rural dwelling and the merest hint of ‘Dusk’; the titular piece lifted from the critically acclaimed contemporary landscape artist’s brand new portfolio now in the public domain. Or as fans and collectors might refer to it/them, as being signature Corfield visual props. That’s the thing though. Corfield’s stripped back, returned to nature-esque pictorial appeal is seemingly (as well as seamlessly) timeless in every regard; and as such continues to attract interest here, there and everywhere whenever a new release is imminent. Do please speak with us today about Corfield’s very latest giclee on board limited edition iteration observed, before it’s too late (bearing in mind there’s just 250 copies up for grabs).