Materials | Screenprint, acrylic and paper on wood
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We offer black, white or walnut coloured wood-grain finish as default frames. Please see examples in our FAQs. If you would like a bespoke frame, including, but not limited to, a tray frame and gilded frame, find out more here.
An installation service can be book upon request. After purchase, our customer service team will be in contact with you via email (usually the same day as purchase) and this service can be requested then.
Born in 1944, Scottish artist Bruce McLean is a leading figure in British contemporary art. Not confined to any one medium, the interdisciplinary artist works across sculpture, performance art, mixed media and painting. His famous abstract paintings and prints are formed from a multitude of different techniques and materials.
Bruce regularly adds collage and hand painted motifs to his work, and his monoprints are often produced on wood or other surfaces in addition to paper. With his… aptitude for so many different mediums, Bruce uses formal and conventional artistic language to mock the art world. With an approach that is both provocative and probing, Bruce constantly seeks to challenge the traditions of art, frequently using satire to parody the inbuilt hierarchies of artistic customs.
Bruce began his studies at Glasgow School of Art and continued his training at Central Saint Martins. Over the course of his career, Bruce has won a number of prestigious awards, including the John Moores Painting Prize in 1985, the Sainsbury Award for Sculpture and the Mercedes Benz Prize for painting. By age 27, Bruce had a solo exhibition at the Tate Gallery in London before going on to teach art, most notably becoming the head of graduate painting at the Slade School of Fine Art.