This print is heavily influenced by Hiroshige's most well known print in his series 100 Famous Views of Edo. Hiroshige's print depicts people running across a bridge during torrential rain. It was famously copied by Vincent van Gogh.
The print shown here is number 1 in the edition of 30. It is a reduction linocut, which means that at each stage a bit more of the plate is destroyed until, in this case, I was just left with the key block, the final outlining image.
Printmaker on a mission. 100 + prints of Brum inspired by Hiroshige.