[Artist multiple]. Original Screenprint on cotton cloth, with thread, designed and made for sale during Perry's exhibition 'The Charms of Lincolnshire' held at the Victoria Miro Gallery, London, 2006. Fine in original, unopened, packaging, with Countryside Arts label present (as verified by the V&A holding), signifying it is one of the originals produced for the Miro Gallery exhibition. Size: 47.6 cm x 76 cm. Fine copy in packaging, as issued.
Note: Concurrent editions in brown and blue were produced; this is blue. A copy of this original multiple is held at the V&A and the opened tea towel with the correct label can be viewed there. This printed tea-towel was made for sale alongside his exhibition at the gallery. The Collection museum have since sourced copies and are selling copies in their gift shop. There is a certain irony in this in that 'Perry chose to design a tea-towel as a reference to the ubiquitous souvenir tea-towels found in every NT and country-house gift shop'. (V&A) The image of the towel open shown here is taken from the web as our copy is still in the original packaging having never been opened.
Author PERRY, Grayson.
Binding Cotton cloth, with thread.
Publisher London: Victoria Miro Gallery.
Condition Fine condition, as issued.
Offered by William Cowan