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Conrad Atkinson

Landmine (Madonna and Child with John the Baptist), 1996

Glaze transfer with hand painting on Biscuitware ceramic land mine
9 × 5 × 5 1/2 in
22.9 × 12.7 × 14 cm
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Conrad Atkinson
British, b. 1940
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Conrad Atkinson’s sculptures, paintings, drawings, and public artworks are explicitly political, …

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Conrad Atkinson’s sculptures, paintings, drawings, and public artworks are explicitly political, addressing the suffering of everyday people: miners, AIDS victims, and people poisoned by asbestos contamination, among others. “I try to let my pieces deal with shared contemporary issues of scale and importance, in the …

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British, b. 1940
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Conrad Atkinson’s sculptures, paintings, drawings, and public artworks are explicitly political, …

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Conrad Atkinson’s sculptures, paintings, drawings, and public artworks are explicitly political, addressing the suffering of everyday people: miners, AIDS victims, and people poisoned by asbestos contamination, among others. “I try to let my pieces deal with shared contemporary issues of scale and importance, in the …

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Conrad Atkinson

Landmine (Madonna and Child with John the Baptist), 1996

Glaze transfer with hand painting on Biscuitware ceramic land mine
9 × 5 × 5 1/2 in
22.9 × 12.7 × 14 cm
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location
New York
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