Christopher Wood Flowers Unframed Print
“Flowers give me more pleasure than anything and still life is the thing I like painting the best. I feel so much for still life, although perhaps it’s the thing that appeals least to the public.”
Christopher Wood, letter to his mother, 20 October 1923
Reproduction print of Christopher Wood’s ‘Flowers’, 1930
Paper size: 465 x 415mm
Image size: 340 x 289mm
This print will be delivered rolled in a cardboard postal tube. Please note that it does not fit our standard Kettle's Yard frames.
Wood was born in Liverpool. Through extended visits to Paris between 1921 and 1924 he came into contact with the European avant-garde, meeting Picasso and Jean Cocteau in 1923. In Britain he became close friends with Ben and Winifred Nicholson, painting with them in Cumberland in 1928.