In a 2015 essay for the Guardian, author Robert Macfarlane identified a particular trend in English art that he classified as the "English eerie". The eerie as defined by Macfarlane is an intersection between rural landscapes and "that form of fear that is felt first as unease, then as dread, and which is incited by glimpses and tremors rather than outright attack".

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