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Original Collage. 1972.
Unique artwork produced from silk-screen images printed by the artist, signed on the front.
Paper Size: 30” x 22” Image Size: 22” x 12.5”

A fascination for the early history of photography encouraged me to make several groups of artwork based on pictures by specific photographers. Roger Fenton, founder of the Royal Photographic Society, who made his name as a war photographer during the Crimean War in the mid 1850’s, was one of them. Following on in the same tradition was a Mr. F. Beato who in 1860 took the wet collodion which inspired this and other collages and silk-screen prints in my “Hodson’s Horse” series. Hodson was the name of the commander of a notorious company of cavalry involved in the Indian Mutiny.

Materials used:

Printing Ink, Paper

Hodson's Horse Collage (1972)


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This artwork is sold by Barry Herbert from United Kingdom

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