Graeme Duddridge



Gulliverland was an ill fated amusement park in Japan that briefly existed before falling in to disrepair and ultimately being demolished. Its proximity to Mount Fuji seem to visually link it to the famous Hokusai image series that feature this distinctive peak seen from many different views. The Montgolfier balloon reprises the decorative language of the giant figure’s coat and adds another element of mystery , the minute Napoleonic general seems to throw back to engravings made in Egypt during that period of small soldiers and the massive Sphinx that crouches as a testament to a vanished culture in the desert landscape. This work is on copper panel with oak battens

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SIZE: 30cm x 50cm
SUBJECT: Landscapes
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Graeme Duddridge

Graeme is a London based artist who creates striking imagery centred on the portrait and figure.

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