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This soft ground etching is the precursor to a reductive linoleum print I made with the same name; "The Crackerbox".
My print, “The Crackerbox” is an inspired loose visual interpretation of a scene from James Joyce’s “Ulysses” wherein the protagonist, Leopold Bloom, unbeknownst to himself, leaves in his wake as he exits the pub, a ravenous slew of insults and slurs, a “sic him Gary Owen” [the dog] and a crackerbox flung at and just missing his head. Not included or even hinted to in my image is the grand chariot descending from the heavens to pick him up outside the door.
The etching is 18" X 20" printed with oil based Charbonnel crayon black ink on 22" X 30" warm Hahnemuhle copperplate paper.
It will ship gently rolled inside a sturdy cardboard tube.

Printmaking Etching The Crackerbox James Joyce's "Ulysses"


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: copper plate, etching press, soft ground, sketchbook, pencils, Ulysses, literature, oil based ink, charbonnel ink, hahnemuhle paper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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