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Emilie Pugh

Helianthus, 2018

Burnt Kozuke paper and 24 carat gold leaf backing
31 1/2 × 31 1/2 in
80 × 80 cm
This is a unique work.
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Emilie Pugh is a British artist who studied at Byam shaw school of Art and The Ruskin School of …

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Emilie Pugh is a British artist who studied at Byam shaw school of Art and The Ruskin School of Fine Art and Drawing and currently lives and works in London. She has exhibited in London , Paris, Berlin, Netherlands, Miami, Chicago and New York . Solo shows include ; Motions of the Mind , Michael Goedhuis Gallery, …

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Emilie Pugh
British, b. 1988
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Emilie Pugh explores the juxtaposition of the transitory and the permanent, employing a incense …

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Emilie Pugh explores the juxtaposition of the transitory and the permanent, employing a incense sticks to create marks on paper, in a process of reduction of both surface and material. Pugh calls her work an introspective journey, as she begins with little conception of the final composition and seeks to capture a …

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Emilie Pugh is a British artist who studied at Byam shaw school of Art and The Ruskin School of …

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Emilie Pugh is a British artist who studied at Byam shaw school of Art and The Ruskin School of Fine Art and Drawing and currently lives and works in London. She has exhibited in London , Paris, Berlin, Netherlands, Miami, Chicago and New York . Solo shows include ; Motions of the Mind , Michael Goedhuis Gallery, …

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Emilie Pugh
British, b. 1988
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Emilie Pugh explores the juxtaposition of the transitory and the permanent, employing a incense …

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Emilie Pugh explores the juxtaposition of the transitory and the permanent, employing a incense sticks to create marks on paper, in a process of reduction of both surface and material. Pugh calls her work an introspective journey, as she begins with little conception of the final composition and seeks to capture a …

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Emilie Pugh

Helianthus, 2018

Burnt Kozuke paper and 24 carat gold leaf backing
31 1/2 × 31 1/2 in
80 × 80 cm
This is a unique work.
Bidding closed
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