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Untitled 6

Six Snapshots of Julie traces iconic British artist Grayson Perry's invented character, Julie Cope, as she passes from youth to middle age in a series of narrative snapshots from her upbringing in Essex, where Perry himself grew up. This sixth and final image depicts Julie, on a world trip, standing alone before the Taj Mahal.

Six Snapshots of Julie is a series of 6 woodcuts with lithographic underlays published in 2015, in an edition of 68. Each print is signed by the artist and numbered on the reverse.

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Specifications
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Signed: Yes
Medium: Print
Edition Type: Limited Edition
Edition Size: 68
Size (cm): 48.5 x 72.5
SKU: 402297
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About the artist
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Winner of the 2003 Turner Prize, prolific contemporary artist Grayson Perry is known for his penchant for cross-dressing, his air of eccentricity, and his deviously brilliant ceramics, tapestries, paintings, etchings and limited edition prints. 

Dissecting British prejudices, fashions, and foibles, Perry juxtaposes decorative clichés with depictions of brutality. Chintzy flowers adorn weapons of war – the lion lays down with the lamb – to distort classical forms of beauty and to challenge cultural norms. 

Perry’s work is underpinned by a strong autobiographical element, as self-portraits of himself as alter-ego Claire, as well as depictions of his childhood teddy bear, Alan Measles, are repeated throughout his oeuvre, building a sense of personal and psychological continuity.