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A press-printed linocut of three intertwined fish. Inspired by a childhood riddle my late grandfather used to pose.
Printed in dark blue ink (Caligo) on high quality heavy-weight textured paper (Somerset, 250g). It has an off-white window mount and is backed with quality backing board and ready to frame.
The print is from a small numbered edition (50) and is signed and dated.
Approximate dimensions (WxH) in mm.:
Image (the fish): 210 diam.
Mount external : 450x450
Mount window: 300x300
I can supply framed or un-mounted too - please contact me directly.
I have greetings cards with the same image available too.
When I was a child my grandfather used to write down a group of letters (a 'Y', three 'C's, 'O's and 'W's) and ask if we could make three fish. He'd start by drawing a broad 'Y', then three flat Cs from the tips of the arms of the Ys, followed by the three 'W's to form the tails. Three tiny 'O's became the eyes. I've just taken it a bit further.
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