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Paul Noble

A and Paul's Place

2002

Etching

Edition of 30 + 6 APs

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Paul Noble (British, b. 1963).

This work is sold as a set of 2 and is offered unframed.


Paul Noble has devoted his recent years to the creation of Nobson Newtown, a new town built according to the perceived needs and preferences of its inhabitants. Of course as self-appointed spokesperson, this particular folly tells us as much about the artist as it provides yet another example of questionable city planning. With Nobson Newtown, Noble joins a long line of distinguished artists who have invented fantastic and eccentric worlds through which to explore their own psychological landscape. Located on the outskirts of town, A and Paul’s Place adds sculpture park and sensory respite to a burgeoning “Nobson Central” replete with “Nobspital,” “Lidonob,” and, of course, Paul’s Place.

Dimensions
Height: 26 inches / 66.04 cm
Width: 35.5 inches / 90.17 cm
Signature

Signed and numbered on face

Provenance

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Publisher
I.C. Editions, New York
Art Period
Contemporary
Movement/Style
Symbolism
SKU

C84R3

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