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Sigrid Holmwood

Instrument of torture: fire, 2017

Mayan blue made from woad, indigo woad, ochre, aliaga, cochineal, ink and gesso, on calico mordant printed with logwood, madder and cochineal, on board
18 9/10 × 23 4/5 in
48 × 60.5 cm
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London
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Sigrid Holmwood
b. 1978
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A self-described “peasant painter,” Sigrid Holmwood’s body of work is inspired by her experiences …

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A self-described “peasant painter,” Sigrid Holmwood’s body of work is inspired by her experiences with back-to-the-land communities such as Swedish historical reenactors, California bohemians, and rural Chinese farmers. Using handmade paints mixed from 16th-century recipes, Holmwood’s vibrant, energetic canvases …

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A self-described “peasant painter,” Sigrid Holmwood’s body of work is inspired by her experiences …

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A self-described “peasant painter,” Sigrid Holmwood’s body of work is inspired by her experiences with back-to-the-land communities such as Swedish historical reenactors, California bohemians, and rural Chinese farmers. Using handmade paints mixed from 16th-century recipes, Holmwood’s vibrant, energetic canvases …

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Sigrid Holmwood

Instrument of torture: fire, 2017

Mayan blue made from woad, indigo woad, ochre, aliaga, cochineal, ink and gesso, on calico mordant printed with logwood, madder and cochineal, on board
18 9/10 × 23 4/5 in
48 × 60.5 cm
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location
London
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