Abstract Artist (1965)
Who needs brushes when you have all the items you need to paint a picture in your household. Watch Sir George Wade how he paints with everyday items.
Market Drayton, Shropshire.
Sir George Wade creates works of art using all kinds of household items.
M/S of George choosing things from the house – a toothbrush, a spoon, and a screwdriver, which he will use to work on his painting. There are various shots of George at work using a shaving brush and other items to get paint off the palette and spread it onto the canvas. The item closes with George showing a painting of a tree at the front of a stack of his paintings, and he shifts it to show a selection of his work.
Note: see CP 543 Cuts on *PM0323* for out takes.
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