The Art of Cricket

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Stumbling upon the works of Victorian writer and cricket lover Charles Box, I have been markedly reminded that there is no other game in the world that can match it for its pleasure nor absurdities! Here is a little homage to the game with a pair of illustrated cricketers playing it out on the words of Charles Box 1868 book, The Theory and Practice of Cricket. Using a technique that merges my background of traditional illustration with digital art, these unique artworks capture moments from literature in a fresh and captivating dimension. Printed on a 190gsm fine art paper, these limited edition (50) 8x8'' prints have a rich textured finish with an archival quality. Each piece is signed and numbered on the front and arrives sealed with mounting board.
W 8.00" x H 8.00"
W 20.32 cm x H 20.32 cm
190gsm Texturned Fine Art Paper
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About the Artist

Peter Walters is an artist and award winning author/illustrator of children's books, living in North Cornwall, UK. With a background in portraiture, Peter spent his formative years in the US, West Africa and Amsterdam, painting monochromatic oil portraits for commission. A return to the UK coin...

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