London Circles Series: Wardian Case (2013)
Screenprint by Tom Berry

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  • Screenprint, Paper
  • From a limited edition of 25
  • Size: 19.69 × 19.69 in (unframed) / 15.75 × 15.75 in (actual image size)
  • This artwork is sold unframed
  • Signed and numbered on the front

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Tom Berry

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Artist's description:

Wardian Cases were the first sealed containers of plants. They were invented by Victorian Londoner Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward, who observed how plants could thrive in a isolated environment. The flowers in this image all now grow in the Victorian glass houses at Kew Gardens, where Wardian cases were once used to transport rare and exotic flora specimens.

The London Circles Series is a collection of five images of the capital, each portraying a different character of the city.

Materials used:

6 Colour Screen Print. Acrylic Ink on 315gsm Magnani Litho