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Norman Lindsay (1879-1969) was a prolific and controversial Australian artist, whose work often explored themes of sexuality, paganism, and the landscape. His work is characterized by its bold, rich lines, and sensuous imagery.


“The Ring” (1925) depicts a nude woman standing before a draped backdrop, holding a ring in her hand, her gaze fixed on the viewer. The ring in the woman’s hand is a symbol of her sexuality and her power. It is also a reminder of the fleeting nature of beauty and the inevitability of death. The draped backdrop behind the woman suggests a sense of mystery and intrigue, while the darkness that surrounds her adds to the painting’s overall mood of sensuality and danger. This print has been remastered, removing damaged yellowing, and restoring its stunning glory. This is sure to be worshiped on a wall or private library.


Please see general sizing information for three standard options or custom sizing. Printed on the superior paper of Erosetti Press, an acid-free, pH-neutral, 100% cotton photo rag paper with underlying metallic elements reproducing bold colors and deep blacks in a three-dimensional subtle shimmer and finish.


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Norman Lindsay “The Ring” Remastered and Restored

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