'Sindhu' Limited Edition Print

Johanna Wilbraham

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    • 12th - 14th March
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    • 8th - 11th March


  • Vegan Friendly
  • Made in UK
  • Handmade

'Sindhu' is based on a young Indian girl I knew when living in South India. She was a mischief-maker and a delight, and this artwork caught her in a moment of innocence and authenticity. She stands by a wall with slowly wilting Jasmine flowers in her hair. It's a festival day - her gaze is direct, she stands alone and completely un-styled and unselfconscious - a fleeting moment of just being.

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This is a signed and numbered limited edition giclee print printed on heavyweight Canson rag paper. The print has been created from an original oil painting. It is available in 2 sizes:

The small print is an edition of 50 and has an image size of 47 x 70 cm and a paper size of 53 x 76 cm. The white border is 3 cm on each edge.

The large print is an edition of 99 and has an image size of 67 x 100 cm and a paper size of 77 x 110 cm. The white border is 5 cm on each edge.


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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 12th - 14th March

Express delivery: £20.00
Receive it by 8th - 11th March

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Johanna Wilbraham stands in a light-filled studio in front of a series of portraits.

Johanna Wilbraham

east London

I'm Johanna - a painter fascinated by that magical place between abstraction and representation. My portraits appear to emerge from watery depths of paint, between splashes, drips and pools – created with layers of poured paint.

Alongside a passion for experimental mark-making, I am curious about the way we look at and represent women in particular. In a world dominated by the male gaze, I'm interested in the female one, as well as strength, vulnerability and diversity.