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The Charms of Lincolnshire (Blue Version) by Grayson Perry RA

The Charms of Lincolnshire (Blue Version) by Grayson Perry RA

Clifton Gallery

Screenprint

2006

Edition Size: N/A

Sheet Size: 47.6 x 76 cm

Unsigned

Condition: Pristine

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The Charms of Lincolnshire

(Blue Version)

By Grayson Perry

Created for Grayson Perry’s 2006 exhibition “The Charms of Lincolnshire” at Victoria Miro Gallery, this printed tea towel complements the artist’s exploration of themes like death, childhood, religion, folk art, and the feminine. The exhibition featured Perry’s own works—dolls, vases, plates, an embroidered sampler—and historic artifacts from Lincolnshire’s museums.

The tea towel showcases objects from the exhibit against the backdrop of Lincoln Cathedral, with phallic fungi in the foreground, capturing the essence of Perry’s multidimensional narrative poem exploring the complexities of life and culture.

Screenprint on cloth tea towel.

Released in 2006.

47.6 x 76 cm.

£250.00

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Grayson Perry RA

Grayson Perry started pottery lessons at the Central Institute, his first exhibition was in London. He developed motifs and images that conveyed his feelings for sadomasochism, bandage and transvestism. He was awarded the Turner Prize in 2003, the first time it was ever given to a ceramic artist.

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