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Mark Spain | Tutt’Art

 – I have constantly been interested in art appropriate from an early age. Following having attended Art College, I decided I favoured printmaking and opened up a print generating studio in Kent exactly where I spent numerous years creating my etching and collagraph methods. Right after the storm of October 1997 I was commissioned to create a restricted edition etching of Kew Gardens. Other commissions have included ones for Natwest Bank and The Dorchester Hotel. My art began with a really like of landscape images and had several etching editions published by CCA Galleries of London. These were successful and spanned several years. However, as time went on I felt the need to have to create other forms of imagery from abstract to figurative. I am continually experimenting with different subjects and methods, which I then apply to a range of images. Even though this is new to me I have thoroughly enjoyed and embraced the new challenge. My collagraphs have been exhibited at Mall Galleries, and my abstract oils at the 20th Century British Art Fair as effectively as other functions becoming shown at the Chelsea and Hampton Court Flower Show and the Barbican Modern Print Fair. A lot more lately, my figurative works have been published by Washington Green.
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1908 Color Print Illustration Market place Gypsy Fair Triunfo Haddon Granada Spain Art – Original Color Print

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1908 Color Print Illustration Market Gypsy Fair Triunfo Haddon Granada Spain Art - Original Color Print

  • Item Sort: Original Color Print Color
  • Grade: Close to Mint / Extremely Fine+
  • Dimensions: Around 6 x four.75 inches 15 x 12 cm
  • Authentication: Dual Serial-Numbered Certificates of Authenticity w/ Full Provenance
  • Packaged in custom sleeve w/ archival black board (great for display, gift-giving, and preservation)

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This is an original 1908 color print of an illustration by Trevor Haddon of the industry and Gypsy Fair in the Triunfo in Granada, Spain.This piece was illustrated by Haddon, Trevor. Artist signature in print – bottom right of image.


1908 Color Print Illustration Marketplace Gypsy Fair Triunfo Haddon Granada Spain Art – Original Color Print

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Spain Rodriguez&#39s comic book art at the Burchfield Penney Art Center
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Two key threats to the national welfare were identified and suppressed by elected officials at the highest levels when Spain Rodriguez was expanding up in Buffalo in the early 1950s: Communism and comic books. Wisconsin Senator Joe McCarthy got onto …

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