Midst of all was a Cold White Face | Harry Clarke | 1920

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Size: 11"x14"
Frame Style: Black Frame

The illustration titled "Midst of All was a Cold White Face" by Harry Clarke, circa 1920, depicts a solitary figure in dark attire, possibly a man, with a hat. The figure stands on a desolate road bordered by tall, windswept trees and power lines. The scene is rendered in a monochromatic palette with intricate linework, creating a stark, eerie atmosphere. The central figure's face is the focal point, appearing pale and haunting amidst the surrounding darkness, capturing a sense of isolation and mystery typical of Clarke's Gothic style.



Created from high-quality wood, milled with simple clean lines and presented with a satin finish. Includes an off-white mount that will not discolour or fade with age.

All framed prints feature our premium fine art paper. This is a museum-quality paper which reproduces photography and artworks with exceptional tonality and renders sharp details with consistent flatness and accuracy.


For the matted / mounted prints we use a thick 1.4mm window mount cut from premium, textured mountboard. All mounts are "conservation grade", FSC certified, 100% acid free, and will not discolour or fade with age.

  • Simple, elegant design
  • Premium, fine art paper with a gently textured surface
  • Handmade by specialist picture framers
  • FSC certified off-white mat / window mount
  • Delivered ready for hanging