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Artists' print : And Zarafa Kept Walking


And Zarafa Kept Walking

Gracia Haby and Louise Jennison, 2013.

Four-colour lithographic offset print on Fabriano Artistico 300gsm traditional white hot-press paper.

Featuring Zarafa, the first giraffe to be seen in France (in the year 1826), she inspired tall hairstyles à la girafe, and Honoré de Balzac to write a story about her. An exotic gift as political ploy from Muhammad Ali of Egypt to King Charles X, she walked from Marseilles to Paris to the delight of many onlookers, carrying with her perhaps a few feathered friends.

Exhibited as part of In Your Dreams (Counihan Gallery, 2014) and Not Quite Sure (Port Jackson Press Print Gallery, 2014).

Individual prints are sold unframed.

The companion print to And Zarafa Kept Walking is Turning the Tables on Alfred Court.

All prints come wrapped in an envelope with cardboard insert to ensure arrival of a smooth and flat print to your door.

Installation photographs courtesy of Janelle Low for Counihan Gallery.

Paper size 33cm X23cm.

A limited edition of twenty.

Printed by Redwood Prints.

Please note: price shown in Australian dollars.

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