Artist's description:

The Benday dots of the original image, having been enlarged as an integral part of this art print have produced something of a moiré pattern in the photo. Not having been able to get rid of it, I include an earlier photo of the same print, (framed a while ago). I hope the two images together give some good idea as to how the print looks in real life.

This art print shows how one could adapt an old, larger living space into three functional areas. The original image comes from the 'Ideal Homes' magazine of July 1946; the month my parents married in Nottingham and would have set up house together. I produced this work thirty years later and offered them a copy from the series as an anniversary present.

​For a while, a number of friends, colleagues and individuals responding sympathetically to the idea of living in a property converted from its original concept chose to acquire copies of this very domestic setting for themselves; consequently this print series enjoyed some degree of sales success. However, when I stopped working as an artist in the late 1970s, I chose to store them away safely in one of my plan chests. As this image really does seem to express the comfort of home and having recently made the acquaintance of Artfinder and some of its artists, it seemed propitious to dig them out and offer the remaining signed prints for sale, once again.

It is true, in every sense, one must move with the times.

Materials used:

Screen ink on Paper

Three in One (1976)


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This artwork is sold by Anthony M Alcock from France

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