Eleanor Dunn

Something and Nothing


“This piece is inspired by ‘A Misogynist’s Source Book’, a collection of misogynistic quotes collated and published in 1989. After reading through a lot of the book I noticed a constant undertone in the reference to women as something and nothing, or the understanding that men were something and women were nothing.”

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SIZE: 84cm x 59.5cm
MEDIUM: Pencil
SUBJECT: Portraits & People
SCALE: Large
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Eleanor Dunn

Eleanor is a realist pencil artist who’s unconventional approach to the grid method creates portraits unlike any other.