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EAS Higher Degree by Research Forum Christobel Kelly
Reimagining The Aeneid and its savage children: an examination of the merging of human and animal nature, and its link to the abject.
Christobel Kelly, 2012, sugarlift aquatint on steel plate, 27 x 30cm
Christobel Kelly, 2012, Searching for Romulus, sugarlift aquatint on steel plate, 27 X 30cm
Mimmo Paladino, 2008, Olimipiadi, etching, aquatint and direct acid 80.5 x 60 cm
Christobel Kelly, 2012, Camilla, three plate colour monotype print, 42 x 51cm
Jazmina Cininas, Else of Meersburg c.1450 2007, reduction linocut 24.5 x 35.0 cm
Christobel Kelly, And Raised her as a Warrior, 2012, sugarlift aquatint on steel plate, 27 X 20cm
Christobel Kelly, Circle of Animals, 2012, sugarlift aquatint on steel plate, 60 x 80cm
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