A bold monotype by Rosie Sanders depicting richly coloured beetroot.
This is a unique print being a form of printmaking made by drawing or painting an image on to an acrylic or metal surface which is then transferred to paper by means of a press. This produces a unique print, or monotype. Most of the ink is transferred during the initial pressing and although a second print, known as a ghost print, is sometimes possible this is generally considered inferior.
This beetroot print measures 66cm x 86cm and is presented mounted and unframed. Somerset 300 gsm paper. Water-based printing inks.
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