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Historical and Historically Inspired Images

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If you have an image you would like me to reproduce or design, please drop me a line and we can sort something out.

These images are worked in acrylic paint on wood panels.  A choice of woods are available, although lighter woods such as Yew or Oak produce a more striking image.  Images can also be drawn onto parchment, canvas and various papers and surfaces, though pyrography can only be done on wood.

12th century Dyptich

Commissioned piece – Medieval man with Madonna and Christ child – 9 inches x 6.5 inches (each panel) on ash, with medieval wrought iron hinge

£85 – price is dependent upon complexity of design

Chivalry

Commissioned piece based on an image from the Codex Manesse.  14 x 12 inches—Pyrography and acrylic paint on maple panel.

£80.

Jousting

Pyrography and acrylic paint on oak panel—12 x 8 inches—Jousting colours from Sir Thomas Holme’s Book of Arms.  Originally published/ produced in England; before 1448.

£40

Yorkist Rose

Pyrography and acrylic paint on oak panel  - 5 x 4 inches  - After (Detail) The Yorkist badge, 'Dieu et mon droit ', a lozenge bearing a white rose en soleil. Image taken from Chronique d' Angleterre (Volume III). Originally published/produced in S. Netherlands (Bruges), late 15th century.

£20

 

Stained Glass Window

Pyrography and acrylic on oak - 10 x 9 inches – Imitating a stained glass roundel originally from a window at Sainte-Chapelle chapel in Paris, France, illustrating scenes from the Book of Judith (1246-1248).

£60

St George and Dragon – from woodcut – partial colouration

Pyrography and acrylics – 6 x 8 inches - Ash panel - a Woodcut of St George Slaying the Dragon from the Life of Saint George – 1515, Alexander Barclay. Colours used are artists own interpretations.

£60.