These giclée prints are of the drawings used to illustrate ‘Humour’, a book by Stanley Donwood. The title of both the book and these prints refer to the humours of the body, an early medical theory that stated that there were four essential temperaments: Sanguine (positive), Choleric (irritable), Melancholic (analytical and quiet) and Phlegmatic (relaxed and peaceful). Each print is an edition of 33.
Giclee on heavy weight paper.
31cm x 42.7cm
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