Artist's description:

"The Master and Margarita" is part of my "Books I've Never Read" series, which takes classic, acclaimed book titles, ranging from the cult to the popular- those books which I feels I ‘really should have read’-and attempts to interpret their themes and narratives based on reading only the back-cover blurb.

With this project I aim to engage those who have read the titles and may recognise familiar imagery relating to their consciousness and memory of the novel and it’s themes, as well as too inspire those who have not read the books to do so, perhaps others will wonder ‘what the hell was was I thinking’! The next stage of the project after drawing the books ‘blind’ is to actually read them.

The Master and Margarita was written by Mikhail Bulgakov.

Created from my original pen and ink drawing which is then used to produce a hand pulled screen print with two separate overlapping screens of dark blue and pink using water based inks onto smooth Somerset Satin, traditional white printmaking paper 300gms, mould made from 100% cotton which shows the colours and the print to a high quality. A third colour is produced where the screen overlap.

This original print is part of a limited edition of 30 prints and is supplied unframed.

Print size is A3 - 420mm x 297mm

Please note that due to the nature of the printing process, there may be very slight variations between the images and print received. This is a feature of printmaking and makes each print truly unique.

Each print will be carefully packaged for safe delivery.

Item ships from UK.

Delivery of prints in UK are by 1st class Royal Mail fully trackable service which aims to deliver in 1-2 working days.

Materials used:

Water based ink and traditional white printmaking paper 300gms, mould made from 100% cotton

The Master And Margarita - Limited Edition of 30 Signed Two Colour Screen Print (2017)

$69.86

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