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“Toad I” from the suite “Bestiary and some Correspondences” 1967 by Graham Sutherland

“Toad I” from the suite “Bestiary and some Correspondences” 1967
by Graham Sutherland

Available at K Contemporary Ltd.

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Colour Lithograph

1967

Edition Size: 70

Image Size: 66 x 50 cm

Sheet Size: 66 x 50 cm

Signed

Condition: Pristine

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lithograph

signed, numbered and dated

an edition of 70

66 x 50 cm

The Artist

Graham Sutherland

British artist Graham Sutherland who worked with both glass and fabric to create prints and portraits. His core inspirations included religion (he designed the giant central tapestry for in the rebuild of Coventry Cathedral) and the works of Paul Nash, Samuel Palmer and Pablo Picasso. Working initially in watercolour and later oils, Sutherland spent the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s painting romantic, sometimes surreal British landscapes – one of his favourite places to paint was the Pembrokeshire coast, calling it the place he “began to learn painting”.

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