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Bella McGoldrick

Butter My Tail

Limited Edition Print
$ 350.00
Price Indication

  • 15 x 14 inches | Edition of 30
  • 26 x 24 inches | Edition of 20
  • 40 x 37 inches | Edition of 10
  • 60 x 55 inches | Edition of 5
  • Unframed
  • White
  • N/A
  • Floated

DESCRIPTION

Archival ink on museum-quality cotton rag paper | 2021

You would be forgiven for imagining the scent of fresh-boiled lobster wafting from Bella McGoldrick’s latest print. Butter My Tail tells a story of gluttony and greed, of excess and of desire, and also of beauty—an oversized red lobster spilling off the edges of a silver platter, all rendered in McGoldrick’s signature hyper realistic style. Drawing on McGoldrick’s favorite themes of hedonism and pleasure, this print pays homage to Salvador Dalí, the first artist McGoldrick came to adore. A trophy and a rich dinner for one, Butter My Tail speaks of the transformation created by a simple pot of boiling water, or an artist’s hand.

DIMENSIONS

15 x 14 inches

26 x 24 inches

40 x 37 inches

60 x 55 inches

FRAMED DIMENSIONS

15 x 14 inches

Floated: 19.5 x 18.5 x 1.5 inches

26 x 24 inches

Floated: 30.5 x 28.5 x 2 inches

40 x 37 inches

Floated: 45 x 42 x 2 inches

60 x 55 inches

Floated: 65 x 60 x 2 inches

AUTHENTICATION

The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan

"It's ugly and it's magnificent, and aren't I saying, by putting it on a silver platter, you shan't look down up on it, you must respect it, salivate it, and dance around it. It's pleasure and hedonism, my favorite subjects. "

Bella McGoldrick  Butter my Tail Lobster Drawing
Drawing on McGoldrick’s favorite themes of hedonism and pleasure, this print pays homage to Salvador Dalí, the first artist McGoldrick came to adore.
Butter my Tail Lobster Drawing
McGoldrick's drawings take days to produce. Click here to see more of her work.

About
Bella McGoldrick

Recently featured in Design You Trust, Trendland, and Coveteur, McGoldrick’s hyper realistic drawings take 100 hours to produce and focus on objects and how they transform with use and time.