- An original monoprint in printers ink
- Somerset textured paper weight: 315 gsm
- Paper size 27 x 37.5 cm
- Image size 21 x 30 cm
- Signed by the artist
- – Shipped in sturdy packaging protecting the print within 3-4 business days
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Debbie Lee is an internationally trained and collected artist. Having studied in London, Glasgow, Chicago and India she now keeps her studio on the coast of Dorset.
I am rediscovering Dante’s Hell through scroll making. I have been researching how to translate Dante’s Inferno into a fold out artists book with a view to developing images into colour lithography. Supported by a bursary from a_n The Artists Information Company and Arts Council England. This is massive encouragement for me to continue to develop my work thanks to @anartistsinfo and @aceagrams for awarding me the time, space and money bursary.
The Rotten Pockets – Canto 21
“1 So on we went from bridge to bridge, speaking
of things that I shan’t, in my comedy,
commit to song. We gained the brow. Once there,
4 we paused and, down in Rottenpockets, saw
another fissure still, more empty tears.
I saw it all – a marvel of mere dark.
7* Compare: Venetians in their Arsenal,
in winter when their ships cannot set sail,
brew up a viscous pitch which they then smear
10 on ailing boards, or else lay down new hulls.
Others will plug the ribs of hulks that have,
by now, made many a long-haul trip.”
The Divine Comedy – Dante Alighieri
Translated by Robin Fitzpatrick
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