'Hopping Hare' - Linocut and screenprint
Hares fascinate me, not only their actual characteristics and behaviour but also the intriguing myths that have developed around them. It was once thought that the hare was believed never to close its eyes, occasionally grow horns, and to be able to change it's gender. This 'Hare' linocut and screenprint is inspired by a small wood engraving by Thomas Bewick.
- Image size 16cm x 24cm
- Mount size 36cm x 38cm
- Printed on Heritage Rag paper 300gsm
- Printed with caligo inks (lino) and Farrow and Ball paint (screenprint)
- Each print is signed
- Edition of 50
The print comes with a lovely thick quality mount. It is well protected and packaged with a sturdy backing and wrapped in protective polythene.
Any questions please ask!