MIRANDA BENZIES ''Lady Hamilton"

MIRANDA BENZIES ''Lady Hamilton"


Titled after Lady Emma Hamilton, of whom Miranda was particularly fond, possibly as a fellow redhead. Lady Hamilton was the muse of painter George Romney. This is essentially a self-portrait which features three of her favourite birds. The Heath parakeet, the cormorant, and of course, the ever present wood pigeon.

‘London Faces’ was based on the urban environment & people’s relationships with the city.

“I emphasised the power of the city and was commenting on how urban living can be all-encompassing and dehumanising. However, man is still microcosm; he still created it in the first place and can alter it whenever”. -Miranda Benzies.

Limited edition run of 350

Dimensions: 56cm x 66cm (including 3cm white border)

High quality giclée print on fine art paper, unframed. Using this technique provides longevity to the art piece that will be with you for years to come.

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