This seated female figure is characteristic of Eglin's hand modelled, cast and assembled forms which make ironic reference to the contemporary world of coquettish poses advertising and popular culture.

His post-modern aesthetic is also inspired by the history of art and ceramics, here including the use of yellow glazes (Staffordshire), graffiti-like brush work (Jackson Pollock) and transfer print (commercial china).


The artist; Barrett Marsden Gallery.

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