Basquiat With Regency Crown
It is a one-off, there is not another.
Signed and dated, it measures 12.7cms x 20cms. It is unframed.
Jean-Michel Basquiat was cut from a booklet I picked up at the Barbican, and sewn to a page from an old ledger. The photograph is by Nicholas Taylor and was taken at the Mudd Club in 1979. The crown was cut from a National Theatre leaflet showing the Recency Cafe (a popular London filming location), the photograph was taken by David Stewart. Both images are shown, but you can get much more information about my found materials, here https://alisonsye.wordpress.com/2017/11/13/basquiat-with-regency-crown/
All of my work is numbered. This piece is 854.
Please note that this artwork is made from found objects. Therefore it has blemishes.
The price includes Royal Mail 'Signed For' Delivery, within the UK. If you are out, a card will be put through your letterbox, giving instructions about how to arrange a more suitable delivery time.
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In keeping with my environmentally friendly ethos, your package will arrive on your doormat in an envelope made from old magazines. If it is bright enough, and not pouring with rain and dark (as it so often is, here in the UK), I usually post a picture of the package on my Instagram feed. Address covered, of course.
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