Bruce McLean Raging Red 2018

Bruce McLean Raging Red 2018


Department for Art are delighted to offer you this breathtakingly beautiful and unique work by Artist Bruce McLean. Raging Red is a Silk screen on plywood with collage from a series of 45 recent works. The work is signed and dated by the artist on the reverse and set on split batten mounting to give the appearance that the work is floating.

Silkscreen on Plywood with Collage
106 x 143.5cm
Split Batten Mounting
Signed and Dated by the Artist
Edition of 1
Price inclusive of VAT (£2500)

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The Artist

Bruce McLean is one of the most important and influential artists of his generation. Born in Glasgow in 1944, he studied at Glasgow School of Art and then at St Martins School of Art, London.

Bruce is a sculptor who has extended and developed the nature of sculpture through painting, architectural projects, film, ceramics and live action works.

Bruce McLean has exhibited in many important exhibitions worldwide including When Attitudes become Form, Berne, New Spirit in Painting, RA London, Zeitgeist Berlin, and Documentas 6,7 and 8 and in the International Pavilion Venice Biennale. His work is in private and public collections all over the world, including Tate Gallery, Museum moderner Kunst, Vienna, The National Museum of Art, Osaka, The V&A London and Dundee, The Arnolfini Gallery, The National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Arts Council and British Council collections.

Currently Bruce is creating some incredibly beautiful prints, working on large paintings, making a very important film about excess and finishing an authoritative book on sculpture in the latter part of the 20th Century entitled Minimal, Invisible, Missing.