Archival quality, giclée reproduction of The Badminton Game, 1972-73 by David Inshaw from Tate’s collection of Modern Art.
This painting, which was originally titled after a poem by Thomas Hardy, is one of a number influenced by the landscape of Wiltshire and in particular by houses and gardens in Devizes. Inshaw has written 'my main aim was to produce a picture that held a moment in time, but unlike a photograph, which only records an event. I thought a painting could give a more universal, deeper meaning to that moment by composing one instant from lots of different unrelated moments.' He has written of 'the mystery and wonder I felt all around me in this magic place'.
Made in England. Radita pine frame with a white painted finish.
- Material Purcell Ultrasmooth Fine Art 300gsm
- Print Method Giclee
- Artist David Inshaw
- Artwork The Badminton Game
- Dimensions 30cm x 40cm
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