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Auguste Blackman’s ‘Red Night’ is comes from Edward Lear’s famous 1871 poem The Owl and the Pussycat. Like Lewis Carroll and Alice in Wonderland, Lear wrote this poem for a friend’s child. Whether there is any meaning to it, other than mere delight, is a subject of debate. Lear was afterall a nonsense writer, the inventor of the fatuous term “runcible.”Some argue however, that his poem was a commentary on Victorian society. In the delicious absurdity of Lear’s prose lies a subversion of Victorian repressive norms and mores. Like art, poetry can be a way to experiment with boundaries, intuition and imagination. In Auguste’s rendition, whimsy abounds. Bold and brazen, this portrait of literary absurdism will delight collectors of the Blackmans, expressive art and stories. Dance beneath the moonlight with it.
Auguste BLACKMAN (1957 - )'Red Night'oil on boardImage Size: 90 x 120 cm Dimensions: 140 x 108 x 3 cm Signed: Signed 'Auguste BLACKMAN' lower leftComes with Letter of Provenance Condition: Excellent © The Artist or Assignee
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