'Dartmoor Grey Faced Sheep' - Original, hand pulled Linocut Print, printed on hand press, available in black ink. Supplied in a cream mount. Image of cute woolly sheep. Signed and titled in pencil by the artist.
Making art through the medium of lino is one where surprises are a daily occurrence.
Every time an image is hand pressed the anticipation of the reveal when pulling back the paper can make for some wonderful, unique images. The weight of the press, amount of ink and paper used means every single print is different, such a refreshing change in this digital age. The evolution of each print puts the owner in direct contact with the artist.
Open ended edition.
Mount size: to fit frame 24 x 30 cms.
Printed on archival quality printing paper using water based inks.
Colour may vary from digital image.
Picture frame not included.
NOTE: This is Original Artwork - NOT a digital Print.
Artist retains all reproduction rights and copyrights.
Sale does not reflect transfer of copyright.
Posted in protective packaging.
Another friend at the local rare breed farm.
This ancient British breed is known for its hardiness and its fleece used to be used in Axminster carpets.
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