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Still Life with Checked Tablecloth Featured Black Bass Print

Still Life with Checked Tablecloth

Gris, a master of disguised images, presents a table brimming with coffee cups, stemmed wineglasses, a large white-footed fruit compote (seen from the side and from above) containing thickly painted grapes, a bottle of red wine, a bottle of Bass extra stout ale with its distinctive red diamond logo, a newspaper, and a guitar. Yet this painting has another equally compelling identity: a bull's head. The coffee cup at lower center doubles as the animal's snout, a black-and-white concentric circle at left is a "bull's eye," the bottle of ale is an ear, and the sinuous edge of the guitar is a horn. The letters "EAU" on the wine label, which ostensibly stand for "bEAUjolais" can just as easily represent "taurEAU" (bull). (Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

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Cameraman with Ethos. Canberra, 1968 Featured Black Bass Print

Cameraman with Ethos. Canberra, 1968

A black and white image of a camerman in a cherry picker filming the Tom Bass Ethos sculpture which stands outside the ACT Legislative Assembly, facing onto Civic Square. The image is taken from the ground looking up at the cameraman and sculpture

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Artist, Buildings, Cherry Pickers, Cinematographers, Ethos, Film And Photographic Equipment, Film Crews, Film Photographic Equipment, Installations Art, National Capital Sites, Sculptor, Sculptures, Statues, Structures And Establishments, Structures Establishments, Tom Bass

The gypsies are leaving their hundred year old settlement on Hurtwood Hill in Surrey Featured Black Bass Print

The gypsies are leaving their hundred year old settlement on Hurtwood Hill in Surrey

The gypsies are leaving their hundred year old settlement on Hurtwood Hill in Surrey . They lived in huts, caravans and benders ( huts with branches bent over and covered with sacks ) - but now they are forsaking their picturesque homes and many of them are moving into corrugated iron bungalows at West Walton provided by the Surrey Council as alternative accomodation .
In their new homes, the gypsies will discard their Romany customs and follow the ways of civilisation .
Photo shows ; A gypsy family bringing logs to make bass brooms outside their bender at the Hurtwood Hill encampment .
11 January 1934
30s, 30's, 1930s, 1930's, thirties, nineteen thirties Travellers Romany Gypsy Gipsy gypsies Roma. social history

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