Tom Hammick Violetta and Alfredo's Escape Greetings Card
This atmospheric greetings card from Tom Hammick features his woodcut Violetta and Alfredo's Escape inspired by their bid for freedom in Verdi's La Traviata.
|Dimensions||170 x 120cm|
|Fabric & material||300 gsm paper|
|Card Type||Greetings card|
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Greetings card by Tom Hammick with image of Violetta and Alfredo's Escape, 2016.
Tom Hammick is a painter and printmaker represented by Flowers Gallery, London, and is Senior Lecturer in Painting and Printmaking at the University of Brighton. Hammick’s atmospheric woodcuts emerge from a painterly approach to printmaking; his prints are often metaphors for the human condition, reflecting states of love, loss and transience. This woodcut was inspired by Violetta and Alfredo’s sojourn to the outskirts of Paris and brief elopement from the bourgeoisie in Verdi’s La Traviata. Unlike the opera’s tragic outcome, in this image they are defying the hypocritical morals of society and making a bid for freedom.