Charles BLACKMAN (1928 - 2018)
Painted in 1956, ‘Dreaming Alice’ is among Charles Blackman’s most iconic images. Staring Lewis Carroll’s Alice, the scene rings of Blackman’s then wife and muse, Barbara, in whom he recognised Alice. Eyes closed and blissfully unaware of the swirling world around her, Blackman’s Alice is suspended weightless beside swelling flowers - a symbol of his wife’s pregnancy. Caught between worlds, ‘Dreaming Alice’ is quintessential Blackman.
‘Dreaming’ is initialed and signed by the artist, limited in edition to 125, blind embossed with the Blackman seal, accompanied by a Letter of Provenance and comprised of the finest quality museum-grade materials. For more information, to discuss viewing, framing or payment solutions like artmoney or layby please reach out. One of Australia’s most iconic artists, Charles’s work speak to us all. To live with his visual poetry promises to be an ever-enriching experience for you and your family.
Read more about Blackman in our article through images for The Guardian.
pigment print on paper
Edition of 125
Image Size: 66 x 97 cm
Dimensions: 77 x 107 cm
Signed: signed lower right and numbered lower left from the edition of 125 and with the embossed seal of the artist lower left
Comes with Letter of Provenance
Charles Blackman Limited Edition
Condition:As New: The work of art is in the same immaculate condition as when it was created. This could be the description for a work of art that may have been in storage for years, never sold on the market but may still be some years old.