El-Ahrairsh's Love For Frith
This print is inspired by the wonderful novel Watership Down by Richard Adams.
It's the story of a group of rabbits fleeing the on-coming destruction of their warren to find a new and safe place to live. During their adventures we learn about 'El-Ahrairah', the prince of all rabbits, and 'Frith' the sun god and creator of everything. El-Ahrairah is an arrogant and disrespectful rabbit but soon learns to worship the Frith when the sun god creates the weasel, the hawk and the fox to hunt and destroy El-Ahrairah's people.
It's a fabulous book everyone should read.
This print is in pale, rich gold and silver.
This is a limited edition of 20. The print comes signed, numbered and embossed with Andy Wilx's logo to ensure authenticity.
Hand-pulled Screen Print in rich gold, pail gold and silver ink.
Fabriano 5 HP
Paper Size: 70cm x 100cm
Image Size: 50cm x 80cm
About the Artist
Award winning artist and illustrator, Andy Wilx draws inspiration from children’s literature, fables and folklore. His iconic images present characters and set scenes that compel the viewer to fashion a narrative. The animals that dominate his work are true character studies and the landscapes are complex, all of which make the worlds Andy creates enchanting and engaging.
Gold mixes with colour and permeates throughout Andy’s prints giving them a subtle iridescent quality while the use of intricate patterns creates a truly unique graphic style.
Andy was recently awarded ‘Best International Artist’ by the Global Artist Agency and his work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group shows. He has also worked on commissions ranging from personal portraits, company marketing and illustrated children’s books.