Episode 16

Art in Isolation

Episode Sixteen | Landscape of my Fathers
Episode 16
In today's episode from Duck End, Philip shares with you some evocative works of art from his childhood. A rugged, angular landscape by Kyffin Williams (1918-2006) begins the sixteenth episode in the series. Join Philip tomorrow at 4pm on Instagram for another Thursday revelations and questions session and the launch of a new and exciting part of Philip Mould online. We would like to thank our musical source for this episode. Music acknowledgement, Hela'r Dryw (Hunting the Wren) by Fernhill, (comprises of: Julie Murphy, Andy Cutting, Ceri Rhys Matthews and Jonathan Shorland), credit to channel The Woodman's Axe .
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In today's episode from Duck End, Philip shares with you some evocative works of art from his childhood. A rugged, angular landscape by Kyffin Williams (1918-2006) begins the sixteenth episode in the series. Join Philip tomorrow at 4pm on Instagram for another Thursday revelations and questions session and the launch of a new and exciting part of Philip Mould online. We would like to thank our musical source for this episode.

Music acknowledgement, Hela'r Dryw (Hunting the Wren) by Fernhill, (comprises of: Julie Murphy, Andy Cutting, Ceri Rhys Matthews and Jonathan Shorland), credit to channel The Woodman's Axe

 

 

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