Portrait of Howard Hodgkin - Limited Edition of 15
This image is part of a series titled 'Art City'.
There are many examples of art in our Urban Landscape, often hidden or surrounded by clutter but with careful framing one can isolate and show subjects in a different light.
When I came across this subject I immediately thought of the Painter, Howard Hodgkin.
This will be a limited print run of 15. All prints will be signed and numbered on the front and you will receive a certificate of authentication with your print.
The image size will be approximately 10x8, or what I consider sits aesthetically correct within an A3 paper format.
As a rule, I print my pictures on A3 Matte Archival Art Paper but occasionally I use a semi-gloss paper, this is because, I believe that the image will benefit. I reserve the right to make that decision on your behalf, unless of course you request otherwise.
If you have a preference of paper type, then if you contact me direct, this can be discussed.
Should you be interested in purchasing one of my pictures, it’s worth noting, that print colour may vary slightly depending on what system you are viewing the image.
W 20.32 cm x H 25.40 cm
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About the Artist
Studied Visual Communication at Medway College of Art and Design from 1976-79, and moved to London in 1980. After working as a photographic assistant to commercial photographer Gary Bryan for 3 years, he decided to set up his own studio in Chelsea in 1983, specialising in high quality still life ...