'Ladies Who Lunch'
Inspired by the the short story, 'The Three Fat Ladies of Antibes’ by Somerset Maugham and the song, ’Here’s to the Ladies that Lunch’, the version sung by Elaine Stritch (composed by Stephen Sonheim) in her gravelly gin-soaked voice. Imagine framed on our wall a tongue-in-cheek commentary between three ladies as they strut the streets of 1960’s Manhattan in voluminous outfits.
In the spirit of Toulouse Lautrec the faces were energetically painted with ink and brush onto paper creating a loose and sketchy effect. This image includes monoprinting processes and was assembled by hand as a collage.
- Fine art quality Giclée Print on 308gsm Hahnemühle paper
- Off white, matt, smooth finish
- 297 x 420 mm (A3)
- Signed, Open edition
- This print is produced to order
- Royal Mail Signed For, 1st Class
- Delivery up to 5 working days
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- Royal Mail International Tracked & Signed
- Delivered in 7-14 working days
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