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THE SHOP FLOOR PROJECT

1. Painted Portrait - Mrs Zelda Fitzgerald

£75.00

THE SHOP FLOOR PROJECT

1. Painted Portrait - Mrs Zelda Fitzgerald

£75.00

Zelda Fitzgerald : "Nobody has ever measured, not even poets, how much the heart can hold."

From an original painting by Michaela Gall exclusively for The Shop Floor Project

Digital art reproduction of original painting on 300gsm Gesso paper. Limited edition of 100, signed and numbered & stamped.

Options

UNFRAMED: £75  SIZE: 29 x 42 cm 

FRAMED: £155  SIZE: 40 x 50 cm

PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT OUR PRINTING & FRAMING WORKSHOP FOR MORE DETAILS OF PAPERS & FRAMES USED.

About Zelda Fitzgerald

"I love her and that's the beginning and end of everything" her husband F. Scott Fitzgerald  pronounced on first meeting Zelda, golden girl of Montgomery society and the original flapper. She said “I don’t want to live – I want to love first and live incidentally,” A writer, painter and poet, she died tragically young and become an icon, symbolising all the glamour of the intellectual gatherings in prohibition America - inspiring characters and passages in the novel, The Great Gatsby...

About the artist

Michaela Gall studied at Chelsea School of Art and L’Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris. She works on paper and in ceramic. Her work is produced under the umbrella of Majolica, a form of ceramics originated in Renaissance Italy which uses tin-glazes painted over an opaque white background glaze, with an earthenware body.  Michaela creates pieces that are painted within the tradition of Folk Art, documenting various subjects such as historical events, patterns, symbols and people from different cultures. Her celebrated Painted Portrait series explores various cultural figures throughout history from Queen Elizabeth I to Jimi Hendrix.