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Red Garden Path

Red Garden Path is a signed limited edition silkscreen print with hand painted embellishments by Bruce McLean.

Taking inspiration from his garden in Spain, Red Garden Path explores organic, floral themes using luminous splashes of colour, drawing the eye into a beautiful, mysterious night garden. Referencing the dark shadows and flickering light created as the sun moves around, this artwork is directly related to earlier paintings which developed into his 'Son Caragol' series.

 

Framing

Unframed
White Frame 220 + £334
Black Frame 220 + £334
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    Specifications
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    Signed: Yes
    Medium: Silkscreen, Giclee, Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 75
    Size (cm): 101 x 112
    Image Size (cm): 82 x 92
    SKU: AR21047
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    About the artist
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    A leading figure in the development of 1960s Conceptual Art, Bruce McLean is regarded as one of the major players in contemporary British art. Rebellious and pioneering, McLean helped break down the rigid formalism of visual art, loosening traditional forms into abstraction and paving the way for Pop aesthetics.  

    McLean began his career making sculptures from rubbish and debris, abandoning conventional art to develop a satirical commentary that mocked the pomposity of the art world and its long-established forms. 

    He works across a range of media, including sculpture, film, photography, printmaking, drawing and live work, which continues to be exhibited in private and public collections around the world.