Cyril's Bay, 2008
Digital pigment print with silkscreen varnish on Somerset Velvet 255gsm with hand torn edges.
Paper size 39.2 x 51.3 cm
Edition of 500
Peter Doig produced the stunning limited edition Cyril’s Bay in 2008, to coincide with his solo show at Tate Britain. In what is a fantastic opportunity to own a signed work by Doig, Tate has made the last remaining copies of this limited edition available to buy. The price will rise until the edition has sold out.
Doig often uses photograph and film as a starting point for his work in which he uses a broad range of subjects in exploring themes of man’s relationship with his environment. Doig is an English painter, raised in Canada, who moved back to the UK in 1979 to study at Wimbledon School of Art (1979-80), St Martin's School of Art (1980–83), and Chelsea School of Art (1989–90). He now lives and works in Trinidad. Since 1994 Doig has acted as a trustee for Tate.
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