Rights of Woman (#IWD2017)


This digitally crafted, still life illustration features one of the earliest publications addressing feminism and gender equality, ‘A Vindication of the Rights of Woman’ by Mary Wollstonecraft. It is currently estimated that it will take over 170 years to achieve any sort of gender parity, and the inclusion in this artwork of a current affairs news article would suggest that that number will only be increasing.

Mark this years International Women’s Day and join the #BeBoldForChange campaign by celebrating the cultural achievements and contributions of women with this limited edition literary inspired artwork. We would all benefit from a gender inclusive world…and we are a long way from achieving it!

Using a technique that merges a background of traditional illustration with digital art, these 8×8”, simple to frame, limited edition (Run of 50) prints are finished on a textured fine art paper with an archival quality.
Each print is signed and numbered on the front and arrives cello-wrapped and backed with mounting board.

This artwork comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, signed by the artist.

Artist: Peter Walters

Product Reference No: A-140488

Additional information

Dimensions 20 x 0.1 x 20 cm
(Width x Depth x Height)

Peter Walters

“Between the pages of a book is a lovely place to be”...and for artist Peter it is so much more. Binding his creative talent and love of literature, Peter has established a literary inspired portfolio shared with book lovers and art fans across the globe. With a background in portraiture, Peter spent his formative years in America and The Netherlands, before a return to the UK coincided with a transition to digital art. This merging of traditional illustration with digital art has seen Peter hone a style whose “mix of textures adds an eye-catching dimension to his vibrant collages.” (Publisher's Weekly) Through his work as an illustrator and children's author, Peter is continuously reminded of the lasting impression works of literature can have on people of all ages. Working from his studio in beautiful North Cornwall, Peter takes great pleasure in creating affordable art that can strengthen this bond.

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