Art and Photography

Leonardo da Vinci's 'Vitruvian Man' Reimagined

Printed in an edition of 20, Vitruvian's Daughter is a combination woodcut, linocut and pochoir which has been hand printed in the Shore Publishing printshop in Tuxedo, NY.
Artist William Villalongo created the print based on imagery from a recent series of paintings he made in his Brooklyn studio. "My work is fiction. I've been exploring how color and geometry can become metaphors for an expansive interiority and the historical relationship of the termiology of color to the representation of the black figure," he says. 

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