Linocuts from the series On the Surface (most recent)

Multicoloured linocuts that have been cut gradually from a single matrix in register of up to twenty colours. Combining relief and intaglio printing. Graphics size from 17 by 21cm (6.7 by 8.2inch) up to 60 by 85cm (23.6 by 33.5inch).

Printed by the artist himself in volumes of 5 to 15 pieces.

Water, silence, ambience.

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Linocuts from the series Shrubbery (2014 -2018)

Multicoloured linocuts that have been cut gradually from a single matrix in register of up to twenty colours. Combining relief and intaglio printing. Graphics size from 17 by 21cm (6.7 by 8.2 inch) up to 60 by 85cm (23.6 by 33.5inch).

Printed by the artist himself in volumes of 5 to 15 pieces.

Shrubbery, leaves of grass, trees, silence.

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Linocuts from the series On J.B.S.A. (2009-2010)

Monochrome linocuts cut from a single matrix. Combining relief and intaglio printing. Graphics size from 32 by 40cm (11.8 by 15.7inch) to do 80 by 50cm (31.5 by 19.7inch)

Printed by the artist himself in volumes of 6 to 12 pieces.

The work of the Baroque architect Jan Blažej Santini Aichel.

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Linocuts from the series Branches and Branchlets (2011)

Monochrome linocuts cut from a single matrix. Combining relief and intaglio printing. Graphics size from 38 by 50cm (15 by 19.7inch) up to 60 by 85cm (19.7 by 31.5inch).

Printed by the artist himself in volumes of 12 to 18 pieces.

Sticks and twigs, branches and branchlets in a symbolic depiction of biblical stories. 

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Linocuts from the series Genesis (2003-2004)

Multicoloured linocuts that have been cut gradually from a single matrix in register of up to fifteen colours. Graphics size from 27 by 28cm (10.6 by 11inch) up to 93 by 63cm (36.6 by 24.8inch).

Printed by the artist himself in volumes of 12 to 20 pieces.

The Book of Genesis from the Old Testament. 

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Monochrome linocuts, archive (1997-2003)

Early monochrome or two-tone linocuts.  Graphics size from 10 by 15cm (3.9 by 5.9inch) up to 20 by 30cm (7.9 by 11.8inch).

Printed by the artist himself in volumes of 10 to 50 pieces.

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