Lino Cut Print on cartridge.
I have appropriated van Goghs chair to pay homage to a great painter. Using the reduction method I have endeavoured to capture his image in an unique form.

Original available for purchase
$AU400.00 Framed – 36 × 48cm
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Printed Reproductions available by taking the image link

Medium Framed Print shown
300mm x 457mm,
Mocha Box Frame with off white matte.


  • helene
    heleneover 7 years ago

    This is a striking image – well done!

  • Marilyn Brown
    Marilyn Brownover 7 years ago

    Thanks Helene, it’s great to get feed back.

  • Ozcloggie
    Ozcloggieover 7 years ago

    Ah! The chairiness of chairs. When I participated in the Art Teachers Conversion Course, through East Sydney Tech, in the late 60s / early 70s, one of the teachers / lecturers was so very keen on talking about THAT chairas the chairiness of chairs.
    Funny how these things stick!

  • Leith
    Leithover 7 years ago

    I’m a bit of a Vincent tragic so this really hit the right note for me.
    Nice work!

  • Marilyn Brown
    Marilyn Brownover 7 years ago

    Thanks for your comments. I always thought of this chair as being a bit of a self portrait of Vincent.

  • Sean Burgess
    Sean Burgessover 7 years ago

    when i was in new york at the Moma i found a Vincent tucked away right in the corner.. like u had to work hard to even notice it was there.. and i thought ‘yeh, thats so Vincent’

    “I always thought of this chair as being a bit of a self portrait of Vincent.” – sigh… awesome

  • Ange
    Angeover 7 years ago

    hi mbartworks, fanatastic lino cut! what a fab interpretation…i recall dabbling in printmaking mostly etching on zinc plates but lino cuts are tough…you’re a very talented gal:) colours are gorgeous too.

    i went to the van gogh museum in amsterdam late last year (& as cliched as is may sound) i was blown away by all his paintings on several levels, seeing a huge collection of his work just damn amazing is all i can say…& his lesser known paintings are just divine too.

  • Ange
    Angeover 7 years ago

    …meant copper plates above (& who knows what other materials i etched on!) for printing…but yeah, great work.

  • Marilyn Brown
    Marilyn Brownover 7 years ago

    Thanks Ange, I too went to the van Gogh museum in 2004. It’s amazing how profilic he was!
    I think you’ll find that there are many,many surfaces you can etch onto.

    Thank you very very much for your thoughtful comments.

  • madvlad
    madvladabout 7 years ago

    vincent him self told me to say you out did him almost watch them ears girl!!

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