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Sometimes I Get So Blue by Peter Taylor Ward
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Sometimes I Get So Blue - Resin Print Plaque

£39.00

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Sometimes I Get So Blue is a print of an original painting by Peter Taylor Ward. The painting was inspired by German art and design of the Weimar Period.

Sleek, modern lines fed into design and fashion and a dark, cynical view on society and politics came through in all aspects of the arts. Live theatre performance, in particular, mixed commentary on hard-hitting themes with risqué dialogue, song, costume and dance. This ‘Grotesque Cabaret’ became well known for its satire and decadence.

The writings of Christopher Isherwood popularized the Weimar culture. The film, Cabaret, was based on his books and re-ignited the fascination for the aesthetic of the time.

The artwork was reproduced on an 8 colour printer using archival pigment inks. The paper is high quality archival, acid free, 100% cotton inkjet paper. The resulting giclée print is mounted on a 12mm deep board and finished with a thick high gloss, UV resistant Resin coating giving a tile-like appearance.
A recess in the back of the wood panel allows it to hang from a slightly protruding screw head in the wall. No additional fixings are required.
Easel not included. Watermark shown does not appear on the print.

Dimensions 285mm x 175mm x 12mm

Description

Sometimes I Get So Blue is a print of an original painting by Peter Taylor Ward. The painting was inspired by German art and design of the Weimar Period.

Sleek, modern lines fed into design and fashion and a dark, cynical view on society and politics came through in all aspects of the arts. Live theatre performance, in particular, mixed commentary on hard-hitting themes with risqué dialogue, song, costume and dance. This ‘Grotesque Cabaret’ became well known for its satire and decadence.

The writings of Christopher Isherwood popularized the Weimar culture. The film, Cabaret, was based on his books and re-ignited the fascination for the aesthetic of the time.

The artwork was reproduced on an 8 colour printer using archival pigment inks. The paper is high quality archival, acid free, 100% cotton inkjet paper. The resulting giclée print is mounted on a 12mm deep board and finished with a thick high gloss, UV resistant Resin coating giving a tile-like appearance.
A recess in the back of the wood panel allows it to hang from a slightly protruding screw head in the wall. No additional fixings are required.
Easel not included. Watermark shown does not appear on the print.

Dimensions 285mm x 175mm x 12mm

Additional information

Weight 0.6 kg
Dimensions 285 × 175 × 12 mm
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