Artist's description:

This monotype print explores an image originally produced by the great artist Titian. The image was worked to keep the ink as wet as possible before printing onto a dry surface of Rosapina Fabriano. The image itself has transformed into a Picassoesque form and possibly a subtle nod to Elizabeth Payton through the way the paint for the flesh has been pressed and flattened out.

This has come through by accident and not planned, though it reveals something of the influences that come through a piece when seen after a little while.

I was drawn to this image originally by the colour combination of yellow with green, wanting to see how these would play out as a monotype print on Rosapina Fabriano paper.

[Framed in a mount frame with backing board and packaged in a sealed polypocket bag for added protection]

Materials used:

Waterbased Printing Ink on Rosapina Fabriano



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This artwork is sold by Adam Grose from United Kingdom

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