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Bella McGoldrick

Everything & Lox

Limited Edition Print
$ 500.00
Price Indication
This is for a pre-order of this limited edition print. Your order is expected to ship mid to late march.

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DESCRIPTION

Archival ink on museum-quality cotton rag paper | 2021

These new, limited-edition prints from hyper realistic artist Bella McGoldrick are a love letter to New York City rendered in one of its most infamous foods: the Everything Bagel. You may recognize this work from the successful auction last fall of the original, with proceeds benefiting Charity Water. With demand for the image so high, the artist has decided to release a very limited number of prints.

Before McGoldrick moved to the US, her favorite restaurant in Melbourne was a NYC bagel spot —it's what got her excited to move to the Big City, she says. Everything & Lox is McGoldrick’s way of paying respect to the city that helped her become an artist. Among everything that is The City—the bodegas, the street carts, the coffee, and the slice—what could possibly be more “New York” than the bagel? Yet it’s a food that so many young artists and creators who first move to New York can’t afford quite yet. It’s a staple, yet fancy, and lies squarely within McGoldrick’s aesthetic: exquisitely combining the low with the high, the tacky and the classy, the greasy paper you trash and the framed artwork you hang.

DIMENSIONS

15 x 15 inches

30 x 30 inches

45 x 45 inches

FRAMED DIMENSIONS

15 x 15 inches

Floated: 19.5 x 19.5 x 1.5 inches

30 x 30 inches

Floated: 35 x 35 x 2 inches

45 x 45 inches

Floated: 50 x 50 x 2 inches

AUTHENTICATION

Signed and numbered by artist.

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

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.