This is a scribble in ballpoint after a painting called Grande Rivière by Peter Doig. The real picture is at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. Doig painted it in 2001-2002 from photographs and memory after a visit to
It might be an ordinary landscape except for:
- the size (about 7 feet by 12 feet)
- the strange colour
- the corbeaux, common in the area, which give the picture a spooky atmosphere, clustered as they are around the pony.
More about the painting and Peter Doig at the National Gallery of Canada website