Lurcher Giclée Print

Jo Waterhouse

Lurcher is a large giclée print by artist Jo Waterhouse, inspired by British folklore, animal transformation, ritual, human fallibility and the absurd.

Lurcher is a giclée print of a collage which depicts a trumpeter on a horse dressed for a parade. This original collage was crafted from a selection of reclaimed materials including; antique etchings, 1950s wallpaper and handmade paper. It has then been painted with gouache and ink. This is a limited edition of 10.

Material: High quality giclée print on textured German etching paper

cm: Width 26cm, Height 42cm
inches: Width 10.2in, Height 16.5in
Care Instructions: Do not bend, keep away from moisture


Printed on archival quality parchment paper, giclée gives a vibrant and quality finish. Each collage is an one-off piece and is meticulously crafted in Jo’s studio. Inspiration has been drawn from her extensive library of folk images, as well as observations of the people and events which surround her.
The Maker Jo Waterhouse Illustrator - East of England

Jo Waterhouse is an illustrator and textile designer based in the town of Hitchin in East England. Jo studied at the Dartington College of Arts and originally worked in antiques before starting her illustrative practice. During this time she learnt about historic materials and designs - elements that have greatly influenced her work. Jo Waterhouse’s pieces draw heavily on her surroundings and British folk traditions. Her characterful illustrative are lush with patterns, textures and surprising details.