From the book ‘Rena Gardiner: Artist and Printmaker’ by Julian Francis and Martin Andrews.
Rena Gardiner (1929 - 1999) dedicated her life to her art, doing so alone in a thatched cottage in the heart of Dorset. Following in the great tradition of British topographic artists and influenced by the rich flowering of autolithography in the 1940s and 1950s, she created her own very personal and individual style. An unsung heroine of printmaking, uninterested in publicity or fame, she left an artistic legay that is instantly recognisable for its exhuberant use of colour and texture.
Dimensions: Width 17cm, Height 14cm.
Printed in England.