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'Study on Paper (V) for Gimme Some Wine'

Artist
Movement
Year
2016
Dimensions
30″ x 22″ (76 x 56cm)
Condition
pristine
Signed
signed

Original painting in acrylic on paper, from the 'Gimme Some Wine' series. This painting features in the new documentary short 'Gimme Some Wine' which was completed in April 2021, and is now destined for film festivals worldwide. A full-length TV documentary is currently being made on Chris Gollon's life and work.

During Chris Gollon's 2-year exercise in artistic boundary crossing with singer-songwriter Eleanor McEvoy, she wrote a song inspired by his paintings and dedicated to him entitled 'Gimme Some Wine'. It is a song about love and separation and ageing, with lyrics "Gimme some wine/Gimme some wine/If I can't have your time/Gimme some wine". Just before his untimely death, Chris Gollon responded with a series of 23 paintings in response to the song, which were shown at IAP Fine Art in March 2017 with Eleanor McEvoy playing LIVE at the private view evening.

London-born British artist Chris Gollon (1953 - 2017) was a very established and critically-acclaimed name in European painting, with many solo museum shows and museum acquisitions, including the British Museum. For further details on the recent books published on his work, public commissions, press coverage, visit the artist's official information website: chrisgollon.com. IAP Fine Art has exclusivity on Gollon's work, and we help collectors begin or expand their collections, and we also work with museums and cathedrals with regard to exhibitions and acquisitions.

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