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This beautiful print of a Jack Russell by the fire comes unframed. The image size is A4 and the paper size is 26cm x 36cm (paper size varies slightly from print to print).


'After the Bath' refers to the famous Victorian painting, of the same name, by Paul Reel. Of course, Jack Russells don't like baths, so his relief to be out and back sitting mesmerised, drying off by the fire, is palpable. To me, it exudes one of life's most simple pleasures - sitting illuminated by the orange-hot glow of the flames and staring wondrously into the fire. Clearly, dogs and humans share that simple pleasure!


This artwork is created using the relief printmaking method of linocut printing. 


As each print is cut and rolled by hand, there may be tiny variations which add to the individual beauty of each original artwork. This piece is printed on wood-free, acid-free printmaking paper, using Caligo oil-based ink.


Please note, my framed prints can currently be found at Gleide Home Decor, Woodstock or The Crafters Emporium, Oxford City Centre. But they will be available to buy online very soon. 

'After the Bath'

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