Swan Wall Mural – Chestnut
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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Mural max width: 480cm (15ft 9in); Mural max height: 320cm (10ft 6in); Mural order size: Your bespoke mural is produced cropped and manufactured to your order size. The mural will be delivered in 50cm (19.7") wide panels for easy hanging; Custom & oversizes also available – please get in touch for more details; Material: Easy-to-hang 150g non-woven wallcovering; Also available in vinyl finishes for contract projects; Hanging: Paste is applied directly to the wall. No soaking needed; Removing: Dry strippable (depending on wall substrate and processing); Manufactured in the EU. Meets EU fire performance classification B s1 d0.
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