More Paula Rego, this time with the focus on prints, as seen in this recent exhibition.
It was interesting to see the development of imagery currently at the Tate Britain retrospective including Mr Pillowman below.
I enjoyed this etching of A Crow and His Cat in a reversal of the usual power dynamic.
This drawing of the young Bertha from Jane Eyre (or should I say the Wide Sargasso Sea) was new to me.
See the difference produced by using another technique.
She doesn’t shy away from horror and pathos in her images of abortion and female genital mutilation.
NB. These photos avoid glare and reflection as much as possible but, to see images perfectly I’d recommend visiting the Paula Rego page on Cristea Roberts‘ site.