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d'ART ID#: 134068
Length: 6.00 IN (15.24 cm)
Height: 6.00 IN (15.24 cm)
Depth: 0.00 IN (0.00 cm)
Framed: Y
Year Created:
Media Types:
Giclee , Paper
Style & Subject:
Contemporary , Other , Youth
Submitted by wash2006
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Paul Horton
The Little Clown
Paul Horton
Limited Edition Prints - US $245.00

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"The Little Clown" by Paul Horton
Limited Edition Giclee Print- Matted & Framed
Signed & Numbered
Edition Size - 495

ALSO AVAILABLE UNFRAMED

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Paul Horton
"As much of the original inspiration for my work was derived from puppet theatre, the natural progression was to have some made. I collaborated with Craig Denston, one of the countries leading puppeteers and designers. I then decided it would be great fun to bring them into the gallery environment as part of my ‘Homes & Hearts’ tour, which added a diverse element to these exhibitions.

The wonderful assortment of characters that appear in my paintings take inspiration from a number of sources including illustration, story books and theatre. There is often a narrative element to be found within my work, people interpret my characters in so many ways, take the Victorian man for instance, is he Jack the Ripper, a magician, or a Phileas Fogg type of character? I like to keep his identity a closely guarded secret, hence his title the ‘Man of Mystery’.

The tramp is one of my favourite characters, he is not really anybody in particular, but there is a touch of Charlie Chaplin about him. I wanted to introduce a character who lives in the modern world. The little tramp is a figure of optimism, looking to a future full of hope. When explaining my work I feel it’s best not to give everything away, leaving it open to interpretation."

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