Leap - Limited Edition Giclée Print - with mount

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Leap - Limited Edition Giclée Print - with mount

130.00

"For nearly four years, from 1992 to 1996, Sarajevo suffered the longest siege of a city in the history of modern warfare during the Bosnian War for independence. During that time the people tried as much as possible to live a normal existence. The charcoal drawing came about as a result of reading about people having to run along the street to do their daily shopping trying to dodge the snipers bullets. It's an image of resilience in the face of adversity but only if you know the story behind it. Otherwise she's just leaping over an undefined something in a rather graceful way."

A limited edition giclée print, (edition of 100), numbered, titled and signed by the artist David Lyon on the front, printed on Hahnemühle photo rag paper 308gsm, 100% cotton acid-free and approved by Fine Art Trade Guild. This is a high quality giclée print reproduced from the original (which is now sold). Supplied with mount.

This can also be supplied framed, by The English Art Co. with a black frame and mount £155.00.

Framed size: 45cm x 45cm Image area approx: 29cm x 29cm.

© David Lyon

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