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7.500 x 12.000 inches
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Relief - Aquatint Etching
This is my interpretation of Tom Tower. Tom is at the entrance to Tom Quad, Christ Church where Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) was a maths don and wrote his 'Alice' stories. I used sepia for the background intaglio, and then put a colour wash over the top.
July 15th, 2013
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