This work shows a landscape on the outskirts of Letchworth, the first Garden City, where Spencer Gore stayed in 1912. With its own railway station, Letchworth was one of the first examples of suburban living in Britain. Here, residents had the health and social benefits of green spaces along with the ability to commute to work. Rolling hills are on one side, and a path made of industrial waste cuts through the centre. These show the unique mix of countryside and industrial reality. It was included in artist and critic Roger Fry’s 1912 Second Post-Impressionist Exhibition.