'The Pensive Selima Reclined'

'The Pensive Selima Reclined'
Original etching with aquatint by Carl March.
One plate, one coloured ink and watercolour tinting.
Printed and painted on Somerset cream paper.
Image size 16.0 x 27.0 cm.
Approximate paper size 29.0 x 39.0 cm.
Edition size 75 plus 10 artists proofs.
Each print individually hand made by myself, then numbered and signed.
Exhibited at Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2009.
Available with presentation mount £175.00.

Striking study of a girl reclining.
Sketched directly onto a copper plate with a brush and sugar-lift solution. Then acid etched using traditional intaglio techniques.
Attracted to the composition of the figure lying on her side. A recurring pose in my work.
Especially pleased with the finished work showing the strong flowing lines against the delicate background.
Subject matter is based on three earlier etchings, 'Cover Girl', 'Pin Up' and 'Bella'.
The title was inspired by a Thomas Gray poem. Whilst the poem's content is very different, the title perfectly suits the reclining figure.
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'The Pensive Selima Reclined'

'The Pensive Selima Reclined'
'The Pensive Selima Reclined'
Original etching with aquatint by Carl March.
One plate, one coloured ink and watercolour tinting.
Printed and painted on Somerset cream paper.
Image size 16.0 x 27.0 cm.
Approximate paper size 29.0 x 39.0 cm.
Edition size 75 plus 10 artists proofs.
Each print individually hand made by myself, then numbered and signed.
Exhibited at Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2009.
Available with presentation mount £175.00.

Striking study of a girl reclining.
Sketched directly onto a copper plate with a brush and sugar-lift solution. Then acid etched using traditional intaglio techniques.
Attracted to the composition of the figure lying on her side. A recurring pose in my work.
Especially pleased with the finished work showing the strong flowing lines against the delicate background.
Subject matter is based on three earlier etchings, 'Cover Girl', 'Pin Up' and 'Bella'.
The title was inspired by a Thomas Gray poem. Whilst the poem's content is very different, the title perfectly suits the reclining figure.
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Date:
Location:
Figurative etchings and engravings
Photographer: