The premier destination for premium products

Judith Tucker: Chalet Era – Fitties Series

Judith Tucker: Chalet Era – Fitties Series
  • Chalet Era by Judith Tucker Fitties Series


oil on canvas,
25.5cm x 30.5cm,

In stock

Judith Tucker: is interested in what it is that painting and drawing can explore and reveal about our relation with place. She is interested in memory, post-memory, notions of haunted archaeology and deep mappings.

This painting is part of a wider body of work called Fitties in which Judith responds to a part of North East Lincolnshire coast that might be considered the epitome of a landscape in which the human and non-human are interconnected and entwined. It is a place that invites questions about what is natural, and what is unnatural. Fitties originally means saltmarshes. The Fitties plotlands at Humberston lie behind marshy beach and dunes, a quirky domestication of land protected by raised banks from the threat of tidal surges. Here, since between the wars, local people and visitors have erected their diverse dwellings with individualistic names and styles, in order to enjoy the simple, restorative pleasures of seaside life.

Project FITTIES is a unique collaboration between Judith Tucker and two other artists, Annabel McCourt, a filmmaker and photographer and Harriet Tarlo, a poet, to realise an innovative cross-disciplinary project.

As well as being an artist, Judith is Senior Lecturer in the School of Design, University of Leeds.

For more information on Judith, her background, awards and previous exhibitions click here

Delivery Information

Due to the nature of this item Cavaliero Finn will require an additional payment for delivery which will be confirmed after purchase. We use a number of art handlers to deliver our paintings, sculptures and more fragile works, we do this to ensure that your purchase gets to you safely. If you would like a delivery quote prior to purchase, please contact us to express your interest in the work and we will source a quote for you.

Once your order has been received, delivery can take up to 10 working days in order for us to seek the most cost effective way of getting the work to you. Should a delay occur we will keep you fully updated via email.

Need Help? Contact Us Leave Feedback

Tags: , , , , , , , .