Beryl Cook

Sabotage, 2003


A lifetime, limited edition silkscreen print, signed and numbered by the artist.


50 x 46.5 cm


Screenprint on paper

Artist's Proof, signed and numbered 25 of 60 by the artist

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    About The Artwork

    One of Beryl Cook's best known paintings, 'Sabotage' appeared in The Sunday Times Magazine in 1976 and signalled the acceleration of Cook's career, and a huge increase in the amount of fan mail the artist received. It was later used as the cover image for Cook's 'The Works', where the artist said "The main thing I'm after in my pictures is to get the design right. I painted this on a circular breadboard, so everything followed in circles, the arm and the hand finally ending up like this. Have you ever been tempted?"

    About Beryl Cook