One o’clock Assassin

One O’Clock Assassin

James Millar
Etching
W/L:43cm/31cm
Edition:
3/15
Quantity:
1
Paper Size:
W/H:69cm/54cm

Curator's comments: 

There are lots of connotations in James prints, there is often a representation of himself sometimes as a lion or another animal, also representations of family members and portayals of relationships between people.

I have chosen this impressive aquatint because of the strong sense story and meaning it carries. I believe the two figures at the right side are representing Northern Ireland. They are interrupted by the black figure, the asassin, who reminds me in a way of a priest or political official. This intruder breaks into a church - suggested by by the figure of Christ - to shoot the figure in the center of the scene. This print forms part of a series of etchings reflecting on the troubles in Northern Ireland.

£375.00
All prints are packed flat, wrapped in acid free tissue within sealed card folders. Shipped via ParcelForce 48 within the UK /RoI.
Collectors, Local Artist