Edinburgh (from Salisbury Crags) William Crozier Lens Cloth
Smooth microfibre lens cleaning cloth featuring artwork Edinburgh (From Salisbury Crags) c. 1927 by William Crozier, part of the Scottish National Gallery Collection
This is one of a number of paintings by Crozier which show views of Edinburgh. The work shows strong affinities with Cubism, in the way the buildings are reduced to simple cubic blocks. The use of light, with the sunlit fronts of the buildings contrasting with the deeply-shaded sides, is influenced by the strong sunlight found in Italy, where the artist had travelled several years previously on a travelling scholarship. During this same trip, Crozier had also studied with the painter André Lhote in Paris, who taught him how to break down a subject geometrically, as in this painting.
Soft texture to avoid scratching during polishing, for all types of lenses and screens.
Use the cloth dry.