Thursday, 12 June 2014

Artwork Left to Tate

From the BBC

The Tate found a painting in the skip outside, valued in the region of £0, by the young British Artist Cy Twombly of Class 2J of East Dulwich Primary School.

The pieces include three large hand paintings called Cy (age 6, 6 1/2 and 7) and five plasticine models of a rocket ship, a dragon, a monster, a car and an alien.

Cy's mother called it "stuff we had to get rid of. You can't keep it all, can you?"


Mark Wadsworth said...


Rich Tee said...

"The large-scale paintings, inspired by the Roman God Bacchus and his association with wine and debauchery were painted with a brush affixed to the end of a pole."

LOL. I can do that. Gissa job. Go on. I can do that.

ThomasBHall said...

I produce better art every time I go for a post 10 pint crap...