Angeline (2002)
Black & white photograph (C-Type) by Dominic Rouse


  • Black & white photograph (C-Type), Paper
  • From a limited edition of 250
  • Size: 14.96 × 11.81 × 0.01 in (unframed) / 12.99 × 9.84 in (actual image size)
  • This artwork is sold unframed
  • Signed and numbered on the front
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Artist's description:

"I photograph sadness because it is convenient. Sadness is always close at hand."

Inspired by the John Martyn song 'Angeline' and described by the artist as a "..... lament for lost innocence", the thoughts that went into the composition of this image and the story of its creation are told by the artist in a short video at

The edition is limited to 250 prints each supplied with an embossed Certificate of Print Authenticity. Prints are hand signed, numbered and stamped and the title and copyright details are printed in the lower left corner.
Prints ship from Thailand rolled in a sturdy 'crush-proof' PVC tube.
Standard Airmail is FREE Worldwide.
Please allow 10-14 business days for delivery to USA and Europe.
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'Angeline' is available in other print sizes up to 60" x 42".

A collector's thoughts, "The tonality of a Dominic Rouse print is quite exquisite. The shadow through highlight detailing and the velvet-like quality of the surface are all masterfully executed. His prints have a tactile quality which adds another dimension to his imagery. We can feel the silk of 'Angeline's' ribbons, the smoothness of the pearls sewn into her dress, and the impending danger and grime of her environs." (Susan Seiller - Louisville USA)

Materials used:

A disturbed childhood, sorrow, one sightless child (female), one vulture (hungry), one snake (preferably poisonous), a broken bottle, a disused hotel (Cambodian), imagination, inspiration, sombre light, impeccable craftmsmanship, blood, sweat & tears.