Lord Byron – After Harlow 2024 by Calum Colvin limited edition giclée print has been created exclusively for the National Galleries of Scotland to celebrate the bicentenary of the life and works of Lord Byron.
This limited edition of 150 prints is printed on Canson Infinity Rag 310gsm 100% cotton museum grade paper, signed, and numbered by the artist with a certificate of authentication.
Paper size = 57.5 x 49.5 cm, image size = 49.5 x 43.5 cm, Borders: 3 cm top and sides, 5 cm bottom. The print is float mounted with a 2.5 cm border with a hand painted white wooden frame (2 cm x 3.3 cm w x h approximate).
British poet, George Gordon Byron, (known as Lord Byron), 6th Baron Byron of Rochdale FRS (1788 – 1824) was one the greatest figures of the Romantic movement. His best-known works include masterpieces Don Juan and Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, and shorter poems She Walks in Beauty, When We Two Parted, So, we'll go no more a roving, and Hebrew Melodies also became popular.
Calum Colvin OBE RSA FRSE is a major contemporary Scottish artist whose work combines photography, painting, and installation, and often deals with issues around Scottish identity and culture. He came to prominence in the mid-1980’s in London. His early interest in painting, sculpture and photography led him to develop his unique style of 'constructed photography', creating small sets from everyday objects to resemble domestic interiors. More recently he has used digital technology to generate images that often question the act of looking itself. He has exhibited worldwide and created a number of exhibition and portrait commissions for the National Galleries of Scotland.
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100% of profits from the sale of this edition will support the work of the National Galleries of Scotland.