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The Miller’s Tale II

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1972, Elisabeth Frink

Edition Number: c196
Unsigned from an unbound set with cover signature (see images).

Supplied in conservation standard mount and a new solid wood black frame. The print is in excellent condition.

The etching aquatints illustrating Chaucer’s ‘Canterbury Tales’ are from one of 175 unbound sets signed by the artist from 1972. The edition was of 275 + 25 Hors de Commerce, of which 175 were produced in the unbound edition we have for sale.

The etchings are printed on J. Barcham Green wove paper. Printed by Cliff White at White Ink, London. Published by Leslie Waddington Prints Ltd.

Each piece of paper includes an excerpt of text and we are supplying these etchings framed. When framing the etchings, we decided to mount out the text. We felt the etched images were shown to their best effect without the text in view.

See below for text featured on this etching.


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Further Information
The text from The Miller’s Tale II is:

Said Absolon, all set to make a launch
‘Speak pretty bird, I know not where thou Art
This Nicholas at once let fly a fart
As loud as if it were a thunder clap
He was near blinded by the blast poor chap
But his hot iron was ready; with a thump
He smote him in the middle of the rump.
Shipping Information

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Size Information
Image Size: 343 x 502 mm | 13.5 x 19.7 inches
Paper Size: 460 x 650 mm | 18.1 x 25.5 inches
Frame Size: 630 x 830 mm | 24.8 x 32.6 inches