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The Goose Girl Art Print
This work belongs to a series of pictures of woodland settings painted around Royle's native Sheffield. His wife Lily posed as the girl moving her geese through a bluebell wood in spring. Her lack of expression and the frieze-like composition contribute to the sense of a frozen moment captured on canvas. The flowers' purple tones complement the girl's orange dress, on which sunlight reflects. The paint is quite thickly applied, revealing the influence of French Impressionism. The title of the painting and artist's name are printed at the bottom of each reproduction. This Art Print, on high quality 240gsm Satin paper using Epson Ultrachrome Archival inks, comes rolled in a protective tube.
Stanley Royle, British, 1888-1961 The Goose Girl, c.1921 Oil on canvas 72 x 91 cm Purchased, 1970 NGI.4009
General
Artist Stanley Royle
Colour Purple, Orange
Location Rural, Garden, England
Period 1900s
Print Format Poster
Print Type Art Print on Paper
Dimensions Paper Size: 50 x 70 cm Image Size: 42 x 53.6 cm
Genre Post-Impressionist
Material All prints are printed on high quality 240gsm Satin paper using Epson Ultrachrome Archival inks. The combination of printer technology and media delivers an extended colour gamut, ensuring accurate colour reproduction on all prints. Prints have a stated light fastness and image permanence of up to, at least 75 years.
Theme Rural
Year 1920s

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The Goose Girl Art Print

A digital reproduction from the National Gallery collection printed on 240gsm satin paper.
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Tags: Stanley Royle, Post-Impressionist, Purple Orange, Rural, National Gallery of Ireland