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d'ART ID#: 139312
Length: 26.00 in (66.04 cm)
Height: 33.25 in (84.46 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
Media Types:
Paper , Silkscreen
Style & Subject:
Illustration , Symbolism
Submitted by wash2006
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Edward Monkton
Edward Monkton
Limited Edition Prints - US $1,175.00

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Framed LIMITED EDITION Silkscreen

"WHERE are we GOING?" by Edward Monkton

A Hand-Pulled Silkscreen on Fine Art Paper
Limited Edition of 195
Image Size: 33.25" x 26"
Float Mounted in Transparent Box

"Please call 866-Fine-Art (866-346-3278) for additional information."

"Availability/Prices subject to change."

"Black, white...fat, thin...short, tall... we are all human and we all make our way towards the same ultimate destination. But how much do we know about where we are going? How much do we choose our path and how much do we simply follow others and hope for the best? Whether we stride with purpose and knowledge, or whether we amble with resigned optimism, it's all about the journey."

Edward Monkton is the alter ego of Oxford University graduate, Giles Andreae. Giles began his artistic career as the creator of the successful cartoon character, Purple Ronnie. Sales of 80 million greeting cards and 5 million books have made him Britain's best-selling living poet and an icon of contemporary popular culture.

His Edward Monkton persona reveals a deeper, more philosophical approach to life and packs a much greater emotional impact.

Monkton's work is as simple as it is profound-as philosophical as it is decorative. He takes on the big subjects that have fascinated artists and writers through the, happiness, truth, beauty, the struggle of the soul to create meaning out of life, and gives them his own unique twist. Wry humor, resonant, evocative wording and a bold, graphic visual style are the hallmarks of this wistful, playful artist/poet.

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