A museum-quality fine art giclée print of this delightful work by Australian artist Ethel Spowers.
“Wet Afternoon.” Ethel Spowers. 1930.
This beautiful Duille fine art print features ‘Wet Afternoon’ a linocut by Australian artist Ethel Spowers.
Spowers was a modernist pioneer known for linocuts and as an illustrator of children’s books.
This lively print captures the feel of a summer shower in an enchanting way; rich in detail there is always something new to see in it.
About the work
Ethel Spowers was born and trained as an artist in Melbourne. With studies in Paris and London she began exhibiting in 1920. Her work is held in many collections including The V&A, The Art Gallery of New South Wales and The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa.
“Wet Afternoon” was one of a series of linocuts made following her studies at The Grosvenor School of Art, London under Claude Flight, a linocut pioneer. Her work was strongly influenced by Japanese woodcuts. Many of her linocuts show the activities of children. The dynamism of these compositions shows her devotion to modernism which she promoted in the face of traditionalist critics. There is an elemental joy in the composition, subject and colour which resonates even today around a hundred years later.
This is a museum-quality archival print made using materials which will last for many years.
This print is a museum / archival quality giclée print on heavyweight Somerset Enhanced Radiant White Velvet 255gsm paper reproducing the original work close to actual size.
Available unframed in a choice of two sizes
This fine art print can be supplied on an A4 sheet –
Overall size: 210 x 297mm
Size of printed image: 200 x 236mm
Top and bottom white margins to allow for framing: 30.5mm
Left and right white margins to allow for framing: 5mm
or an A3 sheet –
Overall size: 297 x 420mm
Size of printed image: 280 x 330mm
Top and bottom white margins to allow for framing: 45mm
Left and right white margins to allow for framing: 8.5mm
Packed for protection with fast dispatch
Your unframed print will be sent wrapped in acid-free tissue and rolled in a protective tube.
All materials are recyclable and come from environmentally responsible sources.
A3 print, A4 print