Giuliano Parviero ha scovato a Londra questi (e altri) fantastici acquerelli del 1944 raffiguranti Rodi Garganico, disegnati da Clarence Norman Barlow, nato a Londra nel 1909 e morto nel 1986. Cosa c fa un'artista durante la guerra sul Gargano, a poca distanza da Foggia, centro nevralgico per laviazione alleata? Era un soldato inglese? Non siamo riusciti ancora a trovarlo negli elenchi.
Clarence Norman Barlow (1909--1986) was a London born artist who was educated in Switzerland. He studied drawing and painting at Heatherleys School of Art where he was a pupil of Roger Gray RWS. Between 1925 and 1945 he was a prolific painter in England, Denmark, Switzerland and frequently in Itality, including Venice. Barlow was an admirer and friend of Philip Wilson Steer (1860–1942) who made a big influence on his painting