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SAMPLE – Swan Wall Mural

Swan is a work by London artist Hugh Hamshaw Thomas. The original artwork is based on a photograph taken on the edge of lake landscaped by Humphry Repton (1752-1818). The artwork presents itself in a Toile de Jouy style – seemingly of a similar period to the work undertaken by Repton. By presenting the image duplicitously as a photograph in a style belonging to the decorative arts, Hamshaw Thomas fuses themes of romantic melancholia, the bucolic and Arcadian with his interest in layering of histories, narratives and remembrance.

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Return Period: 30 Days

Dimensions 29.70 × 21.00 cm
colour

Chestnut, Mist Grey, Rose, Vert, Blue, Lavender

Details

Sample – A4 size (approximate – size may vary slightly)

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Swan is a work by London artist Hugh Hamshaw Thomas. The original artwork is based on a photograph taken on the edge of lake landscaped by Humphry Repton (1752-1818). The artwork presents itself in a Toile de Jouy style – seemingly of a similar period to the work undertaken by Repton. By presenting the image duplicitously as a photograph in a style belonging to the decorative arts, Hamshaw Thomas fuses themes of romantic melancholia, the bucolic and Arcadian with his interest in layering of histories, narratives and remembrance.

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