Artist
Peter Blake (born 1932)
Title
I may not be a Ruralist anymore, but this morning I saw a fairy in my garden in Chiswick
Date 2008
MediumDigital print and screenprint on paper
Dimensionsimage: 360 x 300 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased with assistance from Anne Best 2008
Reference
P79380
Image credit© Peter Blake 2002. All rights reserved, DACS
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Peter Blake, 'I may not be a Ruralist anymore, but this morning I saw a fairy in my garden in Chiswick, 2008
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Peter Blake,
'I may not be a Ruralist anymore, but this morning I saw a fairy in my garden in Chiswick', 2008
Peter Blake,
'Illustration to the cover of 'Face Dances'', 1981
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'Girl in a Poppy Field', 1974
Peter Blake,
'Ebony Tarzan', 1972
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'Penny Black', 1972
Peter Blake,
'Pretty Boy Michaelangelo', 1972
Peter Blake,
'Red Power', 1972
Peter Blake,
'Studio Tack-Board', 1972
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'The Tuareg', 1972
Peter Blake,
'Costume Life Drawing', 1971
Peter Blake,
''and the two knights sat and looked at each other without speaking'', 1970
Peter Blake,
''and to show you I'm not proud, you may shake hands with me!'', 1970
Peter Blake,
''But isn't it old!' Tweedledum cried', 1970
Peter Blake,
''For instance now, now there's the King's messenger'', 1970
Peter Blake,
''It isn't manners for us to begin, you know', said the Rose', 1970
Peter Blake,
'Just at this moment, somehow or other, they began to run', 1970
Peter Blake,
'So Alice picked him up very gently', 1970
Peter Blake,
''Well, this is grand!' said Alice', 1970