Jumat, 23 Desember 2011

Dexter Dalwood – part 2

This is part 2 of a 2-part post on contemporary English artist Dexter Dalwood. For biographical notes on Dalwood, and earlier works, see part 1 below.

Note: Sizes where shown are rounded up or down to the nearest whole centimetre: 

2004 Birth of the U.N.

2004 Truman Capote oil on canvas 173 x 213cm

2005 Burroughs in Tangiers

2005 Herman  Melville

2005 Trial of Milosevic I oil on canvas 268 x 378cm

2006 Brighton Bomb oil on canvas 200 x 160cm

2006 Bringing It All Back Home oil on canvas 250 x 200cm

2006 The Deluge oil on canvas 274 x 457cm

2007 Altamont oil on canvas 210 x 174cm

2007 The Calm oil on canvas 200 x 250cm

2008 Death of David Kelly oil on canvas 203 x 173cm

2008 Greenham Common oil oncanvas

2008 Lennie

2008 The Umbrella Murder

2008 Under Blackfriars oil on canvas 207 x 248cm

2009 Burroughs' Tell oil on canvas 170 x 200cm

2009 Death of Lincoln oil on canvas 150 x 175cm

2009 Gorky's Studio oil on canvas 200 x 250cm

2009 Hunter S Thompson oil on canvas 148 x 150cm

2009 Mandelay oil on canvas 200 x 250cm
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