The Tiger's Bride is released today

The Tiger's Bride

The Tiger's Bride, a new screen print by Clive Hicks-Jenkins is available from today. The print draws on Clive's love of Staffordshire Pottery.

"The strangeness of it appeals to me. It’s a uniquely of these islands combination of folk-art/fairytale/dream-world weirdness that always satisfies/disturbs me. The sheep and dogs are the size of ponies in comparison to the human figures accompanying them. The theatrical fancy-dress makes it seem that the handsome men and pretty women are on a stage. Then there are the Staffordshire ‘murder cottages’ and the penny-dreadful tendency to celebrate awful events, most notoriously the escaped tiger with a limp baby dangling from its jaws striding over the prone body of the mother from whose arms the child has been torn. The child-like brightness coupled with horror is unlikely and yet compelling."

Taking his inspiration from the Staffordshire figure group Death of The Lion Queen, Clive's print is available now. 

Click here to purchase the print.