Sacred Tribal Artefact by Grayson Perry framed tea towel


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Framed 100% cotton tea towel featuring Sacred Tribal Artefact by Grayson Perry.

This tea towel is a scaled down full reproduction of the original artwork, with a hem label featuring the Grayson Perry and National Galleries of Scotland logos.

Sacred Tribal Artefact is a tapestry inspired by heraldic motifs through a mix of symbolism between Persian rugs and American folk art, with also traditional features from different countries.

Born in Chelmsford, Essex in 1960, Grayson Perry lives and works in London, UK. He has gone from taking evening classes in pottery to winning the Turner Prize, presenting television programmes on Channel 4, and writing acclaimed books. Always keen to do the unexpected, pottery allowed him the opportunity to indulge his fascination with sex, punk, and counterculture amongst other things, in the most unlikely and polite of art forms. Today, he is one of Britain’s most celebrated artists and cultural figures.