Arthur Twells

Arthur Twells

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Details

Location

Greyabbey

Year

1970s

Date

Length

05min 12sec

Audio

sound

Format

16mm

black and white

Source

Digitised as part of the BFI's Unlocking Film Heritage project

Courtesy

British Film Institute, UTV

Rights Holder

ITV

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Description

Join Derek Kinnen as he interviews landscape painter Arthur Twells on the windy shores of Greyabbey. Despite his popularity Arthur is un-swayed by public opinion or duty. In this film he talks about the importance of pleasing yourself as an artist. After the interview enjoy a fleeting glimpse of the artist painting the landscape that surrounds him.

Notes

These rushes are from Spectrum, a fortnightly programme on Ulster Television that brought Northern Irish arts matters to a local audience for half an hour from 1971-1988.

Credits

This material is courtesy of the UTV archive. It features an interview by D. Kinnen of Arthur Twells, filmed by R. Wilson with sound by J. McGin.

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