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Wolves in the Wood

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We have one left of this print in stock, it is an artist proof and once this has sold the edition will no longer be available.

‘Wolves in the Wood’ sees a shadowy group of wolves move through the stillness of a wood.

This small print was exhibited in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition where the edition sold out. Consequently this is a very sort after print and the artist has made available for sale the final two artist proofs.

This print is an etching and aquatint drawn on a copper plate. It is printed on Somerset Velvet, an off-white heavyweight 300 gsm handmade paper from St Cuthbert’s Mill in Somerset. The image size is 8.5 cm x 11.5 cm on a paper size is 18.5 x 21.5 cm.

Size: H:8.5 cm x W:11.5 cm

Discover artworks by Tim Southall available to buy online and in our art gallery. Tim Southall studied Fine Art at Northumbria University and then printmaking Royal College of Art and l’école des beaux art, Paris. Based in London for twenty years, he now splits his time between London and his house and studio in Cadiz Province, southern Spain. The base upon which he builds his work is metaphysics: existence, objects and their properties, space and time, cause and effect, and possibility. Using these guides, he express's how he see's and experiences the world. This he does mostly through the use of narrative within a landscape using either the human or animal form to create a narrative. He strives to make work which is delicate and shows a lightness of touch along with an eye for detail. He also uses the language of drawing and mark-making in an attempt to describe emotional depth and atmosphere. To discuss works by Tim Southall please contact deborah@wychwoodart.com, or call 07799 535765.

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