Tea for Two at Pavilion Gardens by Brighton Museum



‘Tea for Two at Pavilion Gardens by Brighton Museum.’

Print description

These two characters, who used to own some of the objects now displayed at the Egyptian Gallery at Brighton Museum have come back to life.

And here they are at Pavilion Gardens by the main entrance of Brighton Museum. Both of them wearing their best summer outfits and for their special occasion, having a picnic with their best china.

Their meeting place is one of Brighton Favourite spots, Pavilion Gardens by Brighton Museum.

Print details

I created this print from my original ink drawings to which I apply colour digitally. Printed on fine art paper using archival inks. I issue the formats A1 & A2,A3 and A4  as limited editions of 100 where I individually sign and number each print.

The Egyptian Galleries at the Brighton Museum

Did you know there is an Ancient Egypt Gallery on the ground floor of Brighton Museum?
Born in Brighton, Francis Llewellyn Griffith (1862-1934), became a famous Egyptologist. Many of the times displayed in this gallery were found by him.
But ultimately it was thanks to his brother Arthur, a Brighton solicitor and alderman, that Brighton Museum received the pieces.
One of the most singular objects in the gallery is a cosmetic palette which still has traces of ground green eye-paint on the surface. Francis discovered it in the early 1900s at Faras, in Nubia, in a burial probably dated between 3500 and 3000 BC.

Brighton Museum

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery is located in the Royal Pavilion garden, at the heart of the city’s cultural quarter. Its diverse collections bring together the arts and history to tell stories about the city and the world we live in. The art collection is spread in different buildings throughout town. Each with their own unique cultural offer. Royal Pavilion, Brighton Museum, Booth Museum,  Hove Museum and Preston Manor. In this print you can see the main entrance to the Museum.

Ancient Egyptian art. Art references

Plucking and salting of geese. Detail of wall-painting from a private tomb at Thebes. Dynasty XVIII, c.1410 B.C. Kestner Museum, Hanover (cf. Cat. 50)

Plucking and salting of geese.

Original base ink drawings for the art print.

I work from original line drawings, these are scanned and colour is added digitally. I print my designs on art paper with archival inks and issue them as limited edition art prints, each one signed and dated. For queries please use the contact section and I will get back to you.

Base ink drawing for art print titled Tea for Two at Pavilion Gardens by Brighton Museum

Additional information

Dimensions N/A
Print sizes: standard portrait and square

A0 print size, portrait, A1 print size, portrait, A2 print size, portrait, A3 print size, portrait, A4 print size, portrait


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