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The Baron Entertains by Beryl Cook

The Baron Entertains by Beryl Cook. 2000 Artist: Beryl Cook . Silkscreen of a black tie evening where there are men sat around a table with a man wearing a monocle. There are a couple stood behind the table talking to the baron the woman is wearing a silver d5ress and has grey hair her husband is bald and all of the men are wearing dinner jackets. The Baron Entertains by Beryl Cook

Jay-Z pictures live on stage at Glastonbury

Jay-Z finally made his appearance at Glastonbury on Saturday. His performance brought the crowd to its feet . Noel Gallacher has said that Jay-Z shouldn’t be playing at Glastonbury . In mock tribute to the Oasis writer, Jay-Z played Wonderwall on his entrance to the stage . Pictures of Jay-Z live on stage at Glastonbury. Banksy’s latest work features Michael Eaton as rapper Jay-Z

The Baron Entertains by Beryl Cook

The Baron Entertains by Beryl Cook . Signed silkscreen print of a black tie evening where there are men sat around a table with a man wearing a monocle. There are a couple stood behind the table talking to the baron the woman is wearing a silver dress and has grey hair her husband is bald and all of the men are wearing dinner jackets. VERY RARE. IN STOCK. READY TO SHIP. Image Size: 430 mm x 640 mm Paper Size: 850 mm x 610 mm Edition Size: 300 Beryl Cook sale was £3900 , now £3800. Phone 01324 883305 to order The Baron Entertains by Beryl Cook

Banksy turns Michael Eaton into Jay Z

Banksy has produced a new image making Glastonbury organiser Michael Eaton look like rapper Jay Z. Eaton caused a controversy when he announced rapper Jay Z would headline Glastonbury this year . The black and white image shows Eavis squatting in the US singer’s customary pose with Jay Zeavis written above him. Local Dave Sebastian said: “Banksy’s probably as miffed as we are about Jay Z headlining the festival.”

New Banksy – from Blur to Bloomsbury auctions

The Banksy piece created for Blur is to go to auction in a sale of modern and contemporary art taking place at Bloomsbury Auctions on Thursday. ‘Lot 90: Banksy (b.1975) UNTITLED, 2003, spraypaint with stencil on concrete blocks, approx. 96 x 72in.’ price? ‘£30,000-£50,000.’ ‘Yes, it is a lot, and no, we’d never heard of Banksy before,’ said Mr Walmesley , the farmer whose duckhouse Banksy painted . He came down to London with a trailer carrying the concrete blocks in a reinforced steel frame. Banksy had also tested his aerosol cans on a steel barn door. ‘But then the barn was renovated and Steve was going to chuck the door in a skip,’ remembers Lucy’s boyfriend, David Smith. ‘I rescued it because I liked…

Original Beryl Cook paintings for sale

Original Beryl Cook paintings for sale . Artist Cook has produced many paintings during her successful career . Her most popular images include Angels, Cruising and A Bird in Hand . Cruising by Beryl Cook . Silkscreen of four large ladies in their swimming costumes in a hot tub aboard a cruise ship with a volcano erupting in the distance. Two men are climbing steps on the left of the picture dressed in uniforms. One lady has a yellow dotted swimsuit on and the others have black polka dot or green. They are all drinking champagne. Please Call 01324 883305 To Order This Artwork Image Size: 490 mm x 485 mm Paper Size: 635 mm x 610 mm Edition Size: 395

Banksy – Melbourne stole all the Aborigines pencils

Interesting interview on Australian radio RACHAEL :Â British artist Banksy is quoted saying that Melbourne’s laneways were arguably Australia’s most significant contribution to the arts since they stole all the Aborigines pencils. Would you agree with a comment like that? TRACEY AVERY: I think part of Banksy‘s comment implies that what graffiti provides is a place for ordinary people to have a voice and that it’s a place where it’s not an art form that has to be recognised in a gallery but it’s an art form that can be recognised on the ground. I think people would recognise say in Hosier Lane that the works there more reflect an artistic sensibility and are social comment and are not just mindless vandalism. RACHAEL BROWN: One…

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