Another chapter in the Two Terriers guide to modern art and this time we feature the side of a Norfolk shed in all its distressed splendour. We reckon that Mark Rothko was definitely influenced by these images. Those giant canvasses for the Seagram building and hundreds of other abstract expressionist masterpieces were all inspired, amazingly, by the side of a Norfolk shed. It has a whisper of red and inevitably, a decisive coat of Norfolk Bog Door Blue that has been slowly and gently weathered and distressed to an immaculate finish.
You just can't hurry quality.
Just a little shed but a big influence. Right, where's my brushes.