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THE SHOP FLOOR PROJECT

2. Painted Portrait - Mr F. Scott Fitzgerald

£75.00

THE SHOP FLOOR PROJECT

2. Painted Portrait - Mr F. Scott Fitzgerald

£75.00

F. Scott Fitzgerald 

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.

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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 F.Scott Fitzgerald

On March 26, 1920, Scribner’s publishing house released “This Side of Paradise,” the debut novel by author F. Scott Fitzgerald. The book sold out its first print run in only three days, vaulting the 23-year-old writer to literary stardom. Fitzgerald would spend spent the rest of the 1920s and 30s chronicling the excesses of the “Jazz Age” in short story collections and novels like “The Great Gatsby” and “Tender is the Night.” Along the way, he struggled with alcoholism and engaged in an emotionally fraught love affair with his wife, the writer, poet and painter, Zelda.

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.