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Tabitha Salmon Over the Line framed

Over The Line
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By Tabitha Salmon

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Over The Line is a signed limited edition print by widely acclaimed artist Tabitha Salmon and is full of light, colour and energy giving a slightly abstract view of equestrianism. Over The Line is limited to 95 prints worldwide and is presented framed using a 7.0cm wide distressed black moulding with brown highlights and an off-white slip below. Supplied strung and ready to hang. For further information on this or any of Tabitha's other work please call The Rose Gallery on 01604 713743 or email info@therosegallery.co.uk.

Medium Signed Limited Edition Print
Image Size 43.0cm x 55.3cm
Edition Size 95

Tabitha Salmon is a widely-acclaimed artist working in the figurative tradition whose paintings are remarkable for their colour, energy and impact. Private collectors and public and commercial institutions consider her to be one of the outstanding British artists of her generation. Tabitha was born in 1955 in Kent, studied at Brighton and Camberwell Colleges of Art, and has been a professional painter for thirty years. She is always drawing, and develops her images using multi-disciplinary media - oils, watercolours, gouache, oil pastel and gold leaf. Wherever she has been travelling, the sketches and studies made on the spot are brought home to her London studio. There Tabitha can contemplate the material with total freedom and make it her own: “Putting all that distance between you and a place,” she says “...it does become like a dream, a sort of vision”.. She says she is happiest when she can “revisit places in my mind’s eye... that’s what I find very liberating...”.

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