Annora Spence - Man With Bird Limited Edition Framed Screenprint, 70 x 70cm, White Frame

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Motion and colour are captured in this beautiful, cultural image. Only 195 copies of Annora Spence’s Man with Bird have been printed, with the issue number featured on the print. Curate your own collect of rare art works.

The print has a deckle edge with a foam board fillet separating glass from print, it has a wooden, black box frame.

Born in 1963 Annora Spence studied printed textiles at Liverpool Polytechnic during the early 1980's and continued her further education by completing an MA at Birmingham Polytechnic. Since 1990 she has concentrated on her career as a painter and has enjoyed sell-out shows in London and abroad.

Annora derives many of the ideas for her work from her travels throughout Europe, India and Asia and draws inspiration from the characters, situations and colours she encounters. Her palette ranges from rich to pale, and subtle built up layers of tone and texture.

Her work is guaranteed to be filled with humour and her own brand of quirkiness, aiming to explore the relationship between the often eccentric characters placed in situations that are comic and sometimes near impossible.

Annora Spence
John Lewis
70 x 70cm
Made in the UK


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