Beryl Cook

Musicians, 1995


A lifetime, limited edition lithographic print, in a wooden frame with a mount, signed and numbered by the artist.

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65 x 68 cm


Lithograph on paper in a wooden frame

Edition number 79 of 650

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    About The Artwork

    'Musicians' was first conceived as one side of a signboard for the Plymouth Arts Centre, where Beryl Cook's mother attended evening art classes. Although by her own admission Cook was not musical, it is clear that music was of great interest to the artist, as evidenced by the many paintings of musicians and bands she made over the years. Cook describes these three as "a serious trio enjoying some chamber music. I felt I really must get the instruments right in this case and borrowed a book from the library to assist me. It did take me some considerable time writing the music for them and I hope it is in keeping with the exquisite pleasure they are feeling."

    About Beryl Cook