Rowland's Dodo Version 2 - Limited Edition 15 of 30


United Kingdom

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Size: 22 H x 29.5 W x 0 in

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Showed at the The Other Art Fair Showed at the The Other Art Fair

Art Description

Printmaking: Photopolymer and Solar Plate Etching on Paper.

The dodo at the Horniman Museum inspired the “Rowland's Dodo” and “true colours” prints. This dodo was made by the famous London taxidermy company Rowland Ward and bought for the museum in 1938. Hence the reference to Rowland in the title. I was drawn to the beautiful colours of the beak and feet of this dodo. The exact colour of dodo is not known, so it varies greatly depending on who has created it. Hence the reference to “True Colours” and not always knowing an animals/birds true colours or knowing peoples “true colours”.

Keywords: Fine Art, Dodo Bird, Dodo, Original Print, Extinct

Subjects: Animal

Styles: Fine Art

Mediums: Photopolymer, Solar Plate Etching

Materials: Paper

Prints: Animal Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Photopolymer Art Prints, Solar Plate Etching Art Prints, Paper Art Prints

Artist Recognition

Showed at the The Other Art Fair Handpicked to show at The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art in London, London

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