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Janet E Davis

Northumbria, 2017: Earl Grey, The Monument, Newcastle upon Tyne [The Great Reform Act 1832, electoral reform, government]

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This print is in two layers on Somerset Satin White paper, and is one of a set of prints depicting 21st century Northumbria, inspired by hand-coloured photographs in the 1898 book Japan.

The Monument celebrates Earl Grey pushing through the Great Reform Act of 1832 which started a century of electoral reform. The words forming the background are the first four paragraphs of the act. The artist’s great-great-great-great grandmother, Mary Fildes, was President of the Manchester Female Reform Society in the early 19th century.

Edition of 9.

68 x 49cm (image size)
76 x 57cm (paper size)

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