mini collagraph print based on artefacts at the Yorkshire Museum
Number 7 of a limited edition of 20.
Image size 11 x 10 cm (approx 4.5" x 4") Paper size 16 x 16 cm Printed using oil based inks on 210gsm zerkall printmaking paper.
This miniature unframed collagraph print is based on artefacts held in the Yorkshire Museum in York, England. It depicts the White Boar which was the emblem of the last Plantagenet King of England, Richard III (d 1485) . The boar is superimposed on the background of the Middleham Jewel, a beautiful sapphire mounted in a gold pendant, which was found near Middleham Castle in Yorkshire, where Richard lived and his son was born.
The hand cut plate from which this print is made contains only minimal outlines and details - the rest of image is created by the way the blue ink is wiped and removed before passing the plate through an etching press with a piece of dampened printmaking paper. This means that each print is a unique artwork and no two prints will be identical. Twenty prints have been made from this plate. This is number 7 in the edition.
Each print is numbered, titled, signed and dated in pencil under the image. Please note the print is supplied unframed for safe shipping.