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Stephen Walter Biography

Stephen Walter’s most recent project is based around a large map of London. Titled The Island and originally a drawing that took the artist over 2 years to produce and requires a magnifying glass to view, an edition of prints have now been published of the piece, along with 33 accompanying editions taken from segments of the main piece, which represent each London Borough. Geographically accurate and highlighting the city’s main landmarks, main roads, railway lines, built up areas and green spaces, The Island is Walter’s selective listing of London’s history, trivia, local knowledge and stereotypes. Informative but humorous - the work often includes trivia on celebrities done on purely capricious and impulsive grounds – this spoof of an historical map of the capital is an intriguing and spectacular piece that can be viewed for hours. Read more ...
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Rousse is first and foremost a photographer. However, rather uniquely his work extends well beyond this medium - also using painting, sculpture, and a passion for architecture, to achieve his distinctive visual concepts. When first encountering a Georges Rousse photograph, you may ask yourself - what exactly am I looking at? The image appears as an abandoned architectural space, which is interrupted by a bright, flat plane seemingly floating on the surface of the paper. This plane appears two-dimensional, as if it has been digitally layered over the original photograph - but appearances can be deceiving!
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DO YOU OWN AN EARLY PRINT EDITION BY HENRIK SIMONSEN?
Red with Dragonflies
The Danish artist Henrik Simonsen has seen a steady increase of collectors fascinated by his abstract and colourful artwork inspired by the natural elements; a style often referred to as 'Nordic Expressionism'.

If you own a print, such as Red and Blue, Red with Dragonflies and Blue and Orange and you wish to sell, we have clients who are looking for select pieces. You can get in touch with us via the Contact page, which you can find here.
 
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