Signed, numbered and dated by the artist.
“Again, a found object – a large box, was the inspiration for this painting. I thought it would be a good frame to set off a muscular torso – a literal version of Francis Bacon’s cage. I had envisaged the figure being truncated, much as in Grecian sculptural fragments or as used be descendants such as Michelangelo or Rodin. The title refers to an animal in a trap, man struggling with himself, beautiful in the physicality of the attempt.”
Craig Wylie, painter
This giclée print is on heavy, fine art Hahnemühle photo-rag paper. The smooth yet slightly textured surface of this paper allows for the highest quality reproduction of the original artwork. The inks used are archival and will not fade.