Philip Mckay is an English artist, born in Liverpool in 1963. He specializes in photography but also makes digital art. His work is influenced by events from his past and the likes of Dali and Magritte. In his pensive and dreamlike art, despair and loneliness become the natural elements of a uniquely atmospheric universe.Artist - PHILIP MCKAYTitle - What might have beenPrint - Chromogenic print on Fuji Crystal Archive paperPaper Size - 14" x 12" (36 x 30 cm)Image Size - 10½" x 10½" (27 x 27 cm)Edition - #3/250Image Date - 2016Print Date - November 2016Catalogue - PM020FU-3/250Condition - Mint
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Hand-numbered gallery stamp on rear
Certificate of Print Authenticity
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