A young, slender woman, is captured with her hair displayed neatly to expose the elegant form of her neck. In all its youthful perfection, the ladies face is turned from your view, as she peers into the crowd before her and at the tall, elegant buildings in Dublin’s fair city. All eyes are on Roseanna and not simply the flowers she sells. On the reverse of the vase, captured under a street lamp, Roseanna appears cloaked in black and with a hunched-over posture from years of pushing her flower barrow. Her hair is covered by a sombre hat. Yet there is something more. The old flower seller appears to be giving a final salute to the flowers, her gaze, no longer towards the city or the people within its streets, broad and narrow, but to the flurry of colourful tulips, as bright orange lilies rise to cover her bowed head. Inspired by Kerry’s own grandmother, The Flower Seller, is more than an enigma, she is a deeply personal depiction in art.
Size H 30cm
Designed By Kerry Goodwin Ltd Ed 25
Delivery: Please allow up to 6 weeks.