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This is a unique collage made with original 19th century engravings taken from Victorian books and magazines. I've made it with traditional methods using scissors, scalpels and archival glue.
I've been influenced by the collages of Max Ernst, and I've explored the same techniques that Ernst used when creating what has been called the first graphic novel "Une Semaine De Bonté", a surrealistic novel in collage.
Please note that the engraving is slightly foxed in the area round the two boys in the distance, and the price reflects this.

Materials used:

--The collage is made with original Victorian engravings cut from 19th century magazines and books. To give support, the collage is archival glued to backing card

An Unhappy Woman with Access to Weedkiller has to be Watched (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Tudor Evans from United Kingdom

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Tudor Evans

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