Soldiers, Between Takes 2011
Small Print Details
Edition of 495
17 x 21 cm / 7" x 8"
Other Edition Print Options
Inspired by watching the making of the film, Always Afternoon, this fine painting features two soldiers resting on a headland. Set during the 1st World War in Australia, the film was directed by David Stevens.
The late afternoon sunlight saturates the tranquil scene. Rather than painting what he saw being filmed, Watson was captivated by the actors and extras who, appearing lost in their own world's, relaxed off set.
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Selection of 15 popular and iconic artworks are available as small sized prints.
These are printed in an edition of 495, hand-signed and numbered by Ross Watson.
Printed on world leading A4-sized Hahnemuhuhle German Etching paper.
This format makes it very easy for self-framing and a wonderful gift idea.
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