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After the Marathon

© the artist. Photo credit: The New Art Gallery Walsall

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Cornet was born in London, and grew up immersed in the art world. She has many familiar relationships with artists in the Garman Ryan Collection: she is the great-granddaughter of Jacob Epstein and granddaughter of Lucian Freud.

In this work, Cornet has photographed the aftermath of a marathon in Vienna, then embellished the image with a swarm of colourful painted dots flowing into the distance, possibly reflecting the flow of energy left behind by the marathon runners, or a shower of confetti celebrating the end of the race.

The New Art Gallery Walsall


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  • Medium

    oil on photograph mounted on aluminium

  • Measurements

    30.5 x 40.5 cm

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  • Acquisition method

    purchased, 2005

The New Art Gallery Walsall

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