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Clare Leighton - October: Cider-Making - LEOFRAMES

Clare Leighton - October: Cider-Making


Wood Engraving (1933). Original size 21.5 x 25.6cm. Of this scene Leighton writes: ‘Through the sleepy glow of the October afternoon the two old men in the cider barn trudge round and round, grunting to each other from time to time. The sun has now swung over to the far end of the cider press and catches new forms and objects, leaving in shadow the cider barrels that earlier in the day it has emblazoned. A cat emerges from the shade, lazily stretches herself, and takes her seat in the path of the sun. Nothing else has changed’.

Size: Image: 22.2 x 26.4 Paper (hand-deckle edged) 41.0 x 46.0cm

Format: Format: Giclée print; limited edition (1/850) on 310gsm thick, 100% cotton, deckle edged rag. Hand-numbered and hand-embossed. 


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© Clare Leighton


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