Girl without  Ermine

Girl without  Ermine

Polly Dixon
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An appropriation of Girl with Ermine by the Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci. 

This piece is part of a series of work from a few years ago, focusing on the appropriation of renaissance art to reflect family relationships, betrayal and dysfunction from an autobiographical view. Da Vinci had a complicated and dysfunctional childhood, so it seems fitting to use a piece of his work to explore similar complications in my own life and those around me.

Linocut on Fabriano Unica paper. Oil based inks.

Dimensions framed : 23.5cm x 23.5cm

Image size: approx 12.5cm x 12.5cm

Please allow 2 weeks for framing 

Edition size 100

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