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C4613 The Emperors New Clothes

£295.00

Mixed media sculpture

 

Tin dimensions: 9.5cm x 12cm
Outside frame size: 25.5cm x 27cm

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THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES

Table of Contents

 

  • Colour Plate from Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales, drawings by Antony Groves-Raines, The Heirloom Library, 1950 First Edition; Roadwater Village Fete, July 2010.
  • Prada beaded orange mohair cardigan, £2,915, Vogue Spy, British Vogue, August 2017.
  • ‘In illustrating The Emperor’s New Clothes in 1916, Irish artist Harry Clarke demonstrated the sensitivity to texture and decorative detail which also gained him repute as one of Ireland’s most accomplished stained-glass artists.’ The Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen, £24.99, published by Taschen, 22 Oct. 2013.
  • Bag and Beads from beaded raspberry mohair cardigan in Prada’s Pre-Fall campaign – “For the latest facet of 365 showcasing the Pre-Fall 2017 collection, award-winning actor Jessica Chastain is the protagonist of a Prada campaign for the second time. In Parallels, the narrative is new: scenes are captured inside and out of a Modernist home – a resolutely real space, the photographs imbued with an intensity and intimacy. Yet Chastain’s presence, her own persona, causes us to question the images – are these portraits of Chastain, or a character? Is she playing a role, or playing herself? Reality here runs parallel to fantasy. Photographed by Willy Vanderperre with a cinematic quality, Chastain’s eyes never meet ours. She is absorbed in her own world, her own reality, at a remove. Multiple images, like different fragments of the same scene, are juxtaposed, and can pretend to be film stills. But is it documentary, or a work of fiction? The questions hang, unanswered. Just as Jessica Chastain finds reality in her characters, in her parallel identities, so we search for the reality in these images. We find it. The gestures are genuine, and the emotion is real.” Harper’s Bazaar UK, July 2017.
  • Scarlett Johanssen, Vanity Fair 100 cover advertised in Vanity Fair, November 2012.
  • Mongolian stamp, Blue Anchor car boot sale, July 2017.
  • Edie Campbell, Look 1 in Marc Jacobs final show for Louis Vuitton, Vogue SS14 Collections.
  • Moomins stamp by Tove Jansson, Finland, 1994.
  • ‘Only the Rich’ illustration by Lucas Varela, page 10, FT Magazine, April 29/30, 2017.
  • Jeff Koons ‘Da Vinci’/Neverfull MM bag (£2,240) rabbit from the Louis Vuitton (Vuitton x Koons) collection campaign, starring Alicia Vikander, photographed by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott; Harper’s Bazaar UK, July 2017.
  • First-edition Ian Fleming’s For Yours Eyes Only, page 148, Town & Country UK, Summer 2014.
  • ‘Blind for Love’ from Gucci’s ‘60’s-Era Northern Soul Dance Party’ Pre-Fall 2017 campaign: directed and styled by Alessandro Michele, photographed by Glen Luchford; British Vogue, July 2017.
  • Section of jacket in Chanel’s ‘Paris Cosmopolite’ Pre-Fall 2017 advertising campaign featuring Natalie Westling and Vittoria Ceretti, photographed by Karl Lagerfeld, styled by Carine Roitfeld, hair by Tom Pecheux and makeup by Sam McKnight, Harper’s Bazaar UK, July 2017.
  • Miniature beer stein.
  • Hand painted French porcelain crousel pig wearing Edie Campbell’s hat/mask, ValueARTifacts, Etsy, 2013.
  • Limited edition puppy paw pin badge, PDSA – the UK’s Leading Veterinary Charity, Williton, 2013.
  • ‘The Westeros Wing’, photo illustration by Darrow, page 123, Vanity Fair, May 2017.
  • Suited guy from The Suit: Form, Function and Style by Christopher Breward; Reaktion, £18; World of Interiors, October 2016.
  • Scissor earring, V&A gift store, December 2014.
  • Glitter, That Little Craft Store, Friday Street, Minehead, February 2017.