Black and Yellow Kinkaku-ji by Alexandra Buckle
Linocut on Paper, Subject: Architecture and cityscapes, Graphic, illustrative and typographic style, From a limited edition of 20, Signed and numbered on the front, Size: 26 x 36 x 0.5 cm (unframed) / 20 x 30 cm (actual image size), Materials: Printed on Somerset Satin with water-based light-fast inks, conservation mounted in a neutral colour and wrapped in cellophane.
A reduction linocut of the Golden Pavilion in Kyoto, Japan, in nine colours limited to black and yellow. A reduction print is a relief print formed with layers of colour that are cut and printed from the same block, in this case, from lino. This is one of a small edition of prints, all of which are printed by hand so small variations occur between them making each one truly original. This work is printed with water-based, light-fast inks on Somerset Satin paper and has a beautiful matt finish. Each individual print is numbered, titled and signed at the bottom, conservation mounted in a neutral colour and wrapped in cellophane to keep it clean. The mounted work will fit into a 16 x 12 inch frame.