mark cazalet
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Walking and drawing in London has always been a mixture of trying to record the place in which I live and suggesting a sublime aspect to the ordinary. The 17C Laudian divine, Thomas Treherne, believed we were intended for felicity, a profound state of rightness or fulfilment.

Perhaps my urban work mostly expresses a more unresolved, potential condition, more akin to limbo than ecstasy. 

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Scrubs Lane Bridge
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Scrubs Lane Bridge
Conte and chalk on paper
50 x 100cm, 2009
       
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Kensal Green Cemetary
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Kensal Green Cemetary
Conte and chalk on paper
50 x 100cm, 2009
     
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Thames-bank
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Thames-bank
Oil on linen
107 x 183cm, 2008
       
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World Upside Down   The Chimney    
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World Upside Down
Oil on linen
61 x 51cm. 2005
  The Chimney
Oil on linen
76 x 61cm. 2005
   
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Nightscapes 1 & 2
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Nightscapes 1 & 2
Graphite on paper
29 x 76cm (each), 2005 
     
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Night Sky WA
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Night Sky WA
Chalks on paper
70 x 100cm, 2005 
       
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Fence   Ascension Day
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Fence
Oil on linen
31 x 41cm, 2005 
      Ascension Day
Oil on linen
210 x 90cm, 2004 
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Everyday Epiphany   Everyday Epiphany   Kensal Green Gasholders Midnight
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Everyday Epiphany
Oil on linen
50 x 40cm, 2000 
  Everyday Epiphany
Oil on linen
50 x 40cm, 2000 
  Kensal Green Gasholder Midnight
Oil on linen
122 x 76cm, 1997 
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Kensal Green Gasholders Morning
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King's Cross Gasholder Morining
Oil on canvas
92 x 229cm, 1997 
   
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Kensal Green Gasholders Triptych
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Kensal Green Gasholder Triptych
Oil on linen
122 x 243cm, 1996 
     
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Half Light
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Half Light
Oil on canvas
76 x 127cm, 1995 
       
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Westbourn Park Panorama Canalscape 3
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Conte on paper
38 x 57cm, 1994 
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Oil on paper
38 x 30cm, 1993