Graeme Duddridge

All Tomorrow’s Parties


The source material for this painting is from a photograph taken at a party and contains a self portrait as the Pierrot, a motif which the artist returns to often in his work. Transposed against a background of a bombed out city the work meditates upon the fragile nature of human existence, youth and pleasure in a reference to the Rococo period and the work of painters such as Watteau and Fragonard.

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SIZE: 34cm x 40cm
SUBJECT: Portraits & People
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Graeme Duddridge

Graeme is a London based artist who creates striking imagery centred on the portrait and figure.

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