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Gone Swimming

Nadia Attura

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Gone Swimming, limited edition print by contemporary artist Nadia Attura

 

Edition of 90

 

Size: 51cm (h) x 51cm (w)

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Gone Swimming, limited edition print by contemporary artist Nadia Attura

 

Edition of 90

 

Size: 51cm (h) x 51cm (w)

Framing

Buy your chosen piece ready to hang. Follow ‘Our Pick’ for the perfect choice. Learn more about our handmade bespoke framing.
*Only suitable framing options will show.

Delivery

UK
We will endeavour to process and ship your order within 14 days of Order Confirmation for artwork only, and for framed artwork, within 21 days.

International
We ship artwork only internationally, framing is not available. We will endeavour to process and ship your order within 14 days of Order Confirmation.

Nadia Attura

Nadia Attura is an artist living and working in South London. She studied Photojournalism Post Grad at The London College of Printing. What inspires your work as an artist? A longing, an absolute need to make create, express how I feel; things I have seen or imagined. Who are your biggest influences? There are so many artists who’s work I admire, this adapts and changes constantly. 19th Century Botanical illustrators, Orientalism, Gaugin’s colours, The quiet of Hiroshi Sugimoto, modern abstract painters such as Marcus Aitken and Daniela Schweinsberg What does your work mean to you? It means quiet, reflection imagined What techniques do you use? There are two disciplines in my work photography, which is shot using medium format film and tends to be the seascapes. The Botanical works are my photographs which I collage. Then I paint and draw on paper, slate, wood and combine these elements. I build up scenes, imagined landscapes starting from small details to create a tableau. These take weeks to complete. I work on several at the same time each one feeds into another or sparks an idea for the next one.