Tom Hammick

Anne Trulove and her Rake

This etching has been made in response to Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress

The colour differentiation seen in Anne Trulove’s dress and Tom Rakewell’s clothing is quite a blatant indication of their characters. Anne, the eternal optimist, never loses faith in the redemption of love. Meanwhile the Rake, by turning away and looking at her house, has replaced his love interest with more acquisitive intention.

– Tom Hammick

Anne Trulove and her Rake, 2021
Etching, aquatint & chine collé
E.V 1/35
58.5 x 45.5 cm
Signed, dated and numbered.

£889.00
Framed in a black stained oak frame.

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Anne Trulove and her Rake, 2021
Etching, aquatint & chine collé
E.V 3/35
58.5 x 45.5 cm
Signed, dated and numbered.

£660.00

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Anne Trulove and her Rake, 2021
Etching, aquatint & chine collé
E.V 4/35
58.5 x 45.5 cm
Signed, dated and numbered.

£660.00

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Anne Trulove and her Rake, 2021
Etching, aquatint & chine collé
E.V 5/35
58.5 x 45.5 cm
Signed, dated and numbered.

£660.00

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Anne Trulove and her Rake, 2021
Etching, aquatint & chine collé
E.V 6/35
58.5 x 45.5 cm
Signed, dated and numbered.

£660.00

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Images © Tom Hammick. All rights reserved, DACS 2021

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