Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake
The ballet revolves around a young crown prince, his distant mother, and his desire for freedom, represented by a swan.
The collection of a series of seventy-five sketches
(75) by Peregrine Roskilly made during live performance of
Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake at Piccadilly Theatre, LONDON,
1 October 1996.
The sketches are scanned, printed on A3 paper and finished in watercolour. Presented in two document binders.
I do not want to separate these drawings or sell them individually as they document the entire ballet from beginning to end.
Prints of individual works can be purchased from perryroskilly.com, printed on metal, paper or canvas, framed or unframed, or on t-shirts, mugs or any one of many house-ware items, such as duvet covers.