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Printed with the highest quality archival inks on Canson Printmaking Cotton Rag 310gsm. I work closely alongside my printer to personally ensure the colours and quality of each print remains loyal to the original painting.

Signed & numbered by the artist

Size: 50x38cm / 20"x15"

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Limited to an edition of 25

Comes with a certificate of authenticity

Carefully packed & protected in a flat box

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The original painting (oil on linen) of this print was the very first painting I did after returning home from the Florence Academy of Art workshop (2016) where I was taught the traditional methods of realist painting used by the Masters, translating nature in a way that is both anatomically accurate and artistically beautiful.

The genre of Still Life painting has been a valuable addition to my figurative work in that I’ve developed a style of my own that focuses on creating harmoniously balanced compositions using only a few beautiful and simple objects.

The little gravy jug featured in in this piece has been in my collection of bric-a-brac for years and I was very happy to find a use for it. It cost me $5 from a garage sale and while it has a pretty navy~blue oriental design which I love, I didn't think it had any value. It was only recently that I discovered that in fact it is quite old, being part of a 1880’s English dinner set from T.P Tunstall & Co.

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