I Saw a Purple Bird … edition of 100

Size: 22.5 X 27.8 in.
Silkscreen Print on Paper, Unframed

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"I Saw A Purple Bird" is one of Shadbolt’s later works, produced in 1992, six years before he died. Birds are part of Shadbolt’s personal iconography - along with owls, butterflies, chalices and gardens - and he intended them as open possibilities of meaning rather than as symbols in the traditional sense.
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