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The Miracle Fisherman by Tracey Emin

The Miracle Fisherman by Tracey Emin

Lieberman Gallery



Edition Size: Unique

Image Size: 41 x 35 cm

Sheet Size: 50.1 x 45.5 cm


Condition: Pristine

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Tracey Emin’s first published print was made at the Curwen Studio in 1986 just after she had left Maidstone College of Art. She had been invited to work at Curwen by her former printmaking tutor, John White and while there produced an outstanding series of five unique colour monotypes of which this is one.


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Tracey Emin

Tracey Emin is an English contemporary artist who was born in 1963. She works across a variety of mediums such as needlework, painting, sculptures, video, photography, drawing and installation. The content of Emin’s work often reflects elements of the expressive and confessional and her installations are bold and profound, as she is unafraid to depict aspects of her own life to form her compositions. At the Royal Academy of Arts, Emin offers advice and talks to developing artists in her position as Professor of Drawing. She is sometimes considered in relation to the Stuckism group, which was founded by her previous partner, Billy Childish, after suggesting that Emin was stuck in the past.

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