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Lithograph on Somerset 300gsm paper, edition of 50, published by Emin International in 2017. Titled, signed, numbered and dated by Tracey in pencil. 


Print measures 53.6 x 62.4 cm.


Mint condition, unframed and stored flat. 


I Was Left Sleeping is part of a series created for Tracey Emin’s exhibition A Fortnight of Tears at the White Cube Gallery. This print explores all elements of life at a pivotal time in her own life and has a captivating quality to it.


Tracey Emin (born 1963) is best known for her intimate, authentic, autobiographical style exploring all elements of life. Emin puts herself into her artwork and gives a glimpse into how she views herself and her world, and her experiences and emotions - often difficult or expressive topics that viewers can relate to. Her work ranges from neon to drawing, painting, printmaking, sewing, photography and sculpture and has been exhibited extensively internationally. Tracey has been widely recognised for her work including being nominated for the Turner Prize, appointed a Royal Academician and a Professor of Drawing at the RA, appointed CBE and she represented Great Britain at the Venice Biennale in 2007.

Tracey Emin I Was Left Sleeping

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