Looking at pictures in a book of Bruegel's Tower Of Babel paintings is one of my very earliest memories. They made an enormous impact on me as a young child. Over my lifetime they remained as an inspiration for hundreds of works I have made. In 2017, for the first time, I confronted the piece head on and created this homage to Pieter Bruegel the Elder and his "small" tower.
The original work I created is an acrylic painting with carbon transfers and wax.
This series is a limited run for this size giclée print
It is made with archival pigment Ultrachrome inks on a 14" x 17" sheet of Hahnemüle 305 gsm Photo Rag Ultra Smooth paper
The front is signed and numbered in pencil
Please note that this print is sold UNFRAMED
All the pigment prints I offer are created in house by myself. I approach the digital darkroom
much as I have the traditional darkroom for over 25 years by treated each image with
incredible care and consideration before releasing any edition.
There is a great deal of thought put into sizes, tones and papers used for each particular image.
I have the same high demand for quality for my digital print work as I have had for all my work for nearly 3 decades.
I use only high quality, archival pigments and papers to ensure stunning tones and textures for long lasting works.
Limited edition of 55
48 in stock