Oscar Wilde


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The critic as artist. This beautiful printed canvas is perfect for adding a touch of sophistication to your walls. Bring style, elegance, and class to any room with this high-quality cotton canvas printed with Oscar Wilde’s timeless words.

The quoted text is from Wilde’s essay The Critic as Artist (1891) which is a two-part dialogue containing his overall aesthetics about the arts. This line symbolizes the artist as a visionary, someone who must enlighten the nature of the arts amidst the darkness of uncertainty.

To illustrate perfectly the meaning of Wilde’s text, we chose as background print, Julie de Graag’s drawing titled Moon Light (1920), a scene of a night sky with rays of moonlight peaking behind a silhouette of thorny trees.

This canvas is made of 100% cotton fabric, printed with a high-quality image using the latest printing technology, and built with a patented solid support face and a closed back. For indoor use only.

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