A black and white linocut, 1974, in response to
William Blake’s famous ‘The Tiger’: ‘Tiger, tiger, burning bright / In
the forests of the night, / What immortal hand or eye / Could frame thy
fearful symmetry?’. This is an exceptional evocation of a tiger, and one
which perfectly resonates with Blake’s singular vision.
Size: Image 20.0 x 63.0; paper: 31.5 x 73.00cm
Format: Giclée print, Limited Edition (1/750) on 310gms thick, 100% cotton rag. Hand-numbered and hand-embossed
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