. Hand tinted lithograph , 30″x22″.
(British, born 1967) Adam Dant is a contemporary British artist known for his visual narratives realized through elaborate and intricate pen-and-ink drawings. Though his work has garnered comparisons to William Hogarth, Dant looks to Pieter Bruegel and Gustave Doré for inspiration
He was the Jerwood drawing prize winner 2002, appointed as the House of Common’s Official Artist of the General Election.