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She and The Dress Had Chemistry

Sarah Arnett’s flamboyant artworks are created in homage to her passion for the exotic, and her formative years spent living and travelling in tropical climes.

This piece was inspired by the film, In The Mood For Love, and by one character in particular, Mrs Chan. This character represents an emotion named ‘saudade’, that we don’t have a word for in English. It means, to feel both happy and sad at the same time.

This giclée print is from a limited edition of 50, signed and numbered by the artist.

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White Frame 150-160 with Black Float + £242
White Frame 150-160 with White Float + £242
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Black Frame 150-160 with Black Float + £242
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    Specifications
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    Signed: Yes
    Medium: Giclee, Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 50
    Size (cm): 84 x 59
    SKU: EG01575
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    About the artist
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    Contemporary artist and illustrator Sarah Arnett has built an extensive portfolio of collaborations with brands in fashion, interiors, and fine art illustration, as well as having founded her own, successful clothing brand, Modern Love. 

    Influenced by her years spent in Zimbabwe and India, Arnett’s stylish and elegant aesthetic is a celebration of exotic combinations of colour and pattern. Now based in Brighton, she produces fantastical landscapes, intertwining the iconic Regency architecture of the seaside city with the tropical scenery of her formative years abroad. 

    Her creations are experiments in pure escapism, each one opening a space for the viewer to become immersed in the colourful world of the imagination.