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Sep 2015

New Mural in Dulwich London

In 2013, Ingrid Beazley, founder of the Dulwich Outdoor Galleryinvited me for the first time to paint a wall based on a painting of the Dulwich Picture Gallery. Last week I returned to Dulwich to paint a new mural inspired by Van Dyck’s painting of Lady Digby. I made an abstract version of the painting in my signature transparent calligraphy style, leaving only a decaying rose as a realistic element. Make sure to read up on the story of the painting which is quite fascinating. A film about the wall will follow. Thanks to Ingrid for organising everything perfectly, to Molotow for the paint, to Remi Rough who helped with materials and ladder, The Plough for storage food and drinks and last but not least to my assistant Reno.

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