‘Robin Hood’ is a screen print by David Ferry. One of the images from a series of twenty five titled `Faces and Places from History.’ Completed in 2005. Printed in full colour digital archive quality, pure pigment prints on 320 gsm , enhanced paper. From an edition of 25 copies.
Size 56 x 80 cm
There are six images in the set titled `Faces and Places from History` Completed 2005.
All the lithographs are printed in full colour digital archive quality, pure pigment prints on 320 gsm , enhanced paper and were edition to 25 copies only.
A complete ‘Portfolio’ edition of the complete set at A2 size,( edition 25) would be £2,500.
The series Faces and Places from English History is a set of thirty lithographic/digital fine prints in an edition of twelve. The Edition was produced at the Curwen Studio Cambridge, UK. The series was part funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The Curwen Studio is one of the acknowledged international publishers of the fine print. David Ferry, elected A.R.E. Diploma in 2006, is also from the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers, for continued services to British Printmaking. The series Faces and Places from English History was presented as the 2006 Diploma application and was Awarded` The Centre for Fine Print Research, of the University of The West of England, Printmaking Award from the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers, 2006. Three images from the series Faces and Places from English History, were exhibited for selection for this award. David Ferry was also the Guest of the Week on Resonance 104.4 FM Radio, London,The Jack Thurston Show, which was Broadcast live 17 January 2005. David Ferry explained the series Faces and Places from English History on air. A single image from the series Faces and Places from English History was presented to the Ashmolean by the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers in 2006 and to the University of Utah, USA.