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London, 2007

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Linocut on paper

16.62 x 11.75 in

42.2 x 29.8 cm

Edition of 20

This work is signed on recto.

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    About The Work

    Cityscapes and architectural monuments are the subjects of Ewan Gibbs’ unique and systematic visual medium. Using a series of personalized shorthand characters based on knitting patterns, Gibbs builds his striking scenes like an impressionist painter, one “stroke” of visual code at a time. In this 2007 linocut, London, the artist creates an incandescent portrait of the Westminster Palace and its famous clock tower, Big Ben. 

    About Ewan Gibbs

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