Juggling Harlequin

© John Byrne. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2024. Image credit: University of St Andrews

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The subject matter and cubist style of this etching relate to the earlier work of Cezanne and Picasso, who, like Byrne, had an interest in theatrical subjects.

Wardlaw Museum, University of St Andrews

St Andrews

Title

Juggling Harlequin

Date

1998

Medium

hand-coloured etching on paper

Measurements

H 53 x W 40 cm

Accession number

HC2005.19

Acquisition method

purchased

Work type

Print

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