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Murder at Number 2

Print
2013 (Printed and published)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Linocut print in black and white entitled 'Murder at Number2' depicting a view of a street at night, with small, brick, terraced houses. A light shines in an upstairs window of one house, illuminating a murky scene of stabbing or bludgeoning. In the window of another house in the foreground is a family sleeping in bed. Signed with the artist's mark, titled, numbered, and dated '13'. Also stamped in the lower right corner with a blind embossed imprint of a pig's head in profile.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Linocut
Brief Description
Print by Chris Pigg entitled 'Murder at Number 2' for ELP Box '13, published by East London Printmakers, 2013.
Physical Description
Linocut print in black and white entitled 'Murder at Number2' depicting a view of a street at night, with small, brick, terraced houses. A light shines in an upstairs window of one house, illuminating a murky scene of stabbing or bludgeoning. In the window of another house in the foreground is a family sleeping in bed. Signed with the artist's mark, titled, numbered, and dated '13'. Also stamped in the lower right corner with a blind embossed imprint of a pig's head in profile.
Dimensions
  • Whole sheet height: 30cm
  • Whole sheet width: 30cm
Production typeLimited edition
Copy Number
1/42
Credit line
Given by East London Printmakers
Subjects depicted
Collection
Accession Number
E.683:9-2014

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record createdDecember 5, 2014
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