28 x 35.6 cm art print Snow by Joan Eardley from the National Galleries of Scotland collection.
Museum Fine Art paper 280gsm, a gently textured etching paper particularly suited to giclee reproductions of artworks and paintings. Ideal for premium colour and monochrome prints.
Catterline on the east coast of Scotland became both home and primary subject for Joan Eardley during the last decade of her life. Despite being covered with snow and under a grey sky, Eardley’s depiction of the village is enlivened by dashes of colour. Crops can be seen poking through the snow, a cottage is brightened by a red chimney, and in the distance an orange sun hangs above the horizon.
Joan Kathleen Harding Eardley (18 May 1921 – 16 August 1963) was a British artist noted for her portraiture of street children in Glasgow and for her landscapes of the fishing village of Catterline and surroundings on the North-East coast of Scotland. One of Scotland's most enduringly popular artists, her career was tragically cut short by breast cancer.
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