'THE THREE GRACES, AFTER RUBENS'
Unique Etchings on 300gsm Somerset paper with deckle edges.
Hand-signed and numbered by the artist.
Edition of 15.
44.5 cm x 37.5 cm.
About Jake Wood-Evans
Jake Wood-Evans’ work is a manifestation of his complex relationship with British art history. At once haunting and seductive; evocative and familiar, Wood-Evans’ oeuvre resists a definitive interpretation. 18th Century figures appear as apparitions, wreathed in oils they peer out from the canvas: faceless, ghoulish memories of an imperial past.
"My work captures a moment of conflict between the ambiguous spaces of representation and abstraction."
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Caring for your Print
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