c.1969, gouache and acrylic wash on board
Zelinski created this for a magazine serialization of Kelly Roos’ suspense novel What did Hattie See? He worked in gouache, washing it in acrylic varnish so it was no longer matt. The advantage of gouache was its flexibility, in that it could be re-wet and re-worked, meaning Zelinski could take his time over the details of an illustration.
The original painting art board is approximately 40 cm wide x 50 cm tall.
Lever Gallery Limited Edition Prints
Professional high-resolution scan, colour adjusted to closely represent original artwork. Giclée print on 100% Cotton Rag ‘Hahnemühle’ 308gsm Fine Art Paper, using archival pigmented inks.
Edition of 50 + 5 artist's proofs
Paper size 59.5 cm X 42 cm
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