Beryl Cook

Strippergram, 2001


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


72.5 x 67 cm


Screenprint on paper

Artist's Proof, signed and numbered XVIII / LX (18 of 60) by the artist

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    About The Artwork

    The Dolphin in Plymouth features in several of Beryl Cook's paintings as one of her local pubs. As the artist recalls "this group of men was standing together in front of our table in the Dolphin one evening when they were joined by a fat little lady in a blue coat. Singling out the birthday boy she suddenly peeled off the coat, revealing this slightly grubby corset and black lace knickers. Open mouthed, we watched as he was made to kneel and have his head massaged by her now-naked bosom. I'm not sure what he thought abut his birthday present; I was hastily sketching the incident inside my handbag."

    About Beryl Cook