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Marc Quinn

Marc Quinn Deckchair

The Royal Parks Foundation

£135.00 GBP

Limited Edition Deckchair

About

The ideal gift for outdoor enthusiasts. Buy this limited edition designer deckchair, designed by Marc Quinn and set the trend. Lounge around in style in the garden next summer or hang it on the wall as a unique piece of artwork. They make beautiful additions to your home (both inside or out) or unique, stylish and original gifts.

All our amazing deckchairs have been generously designed by artists, designers, celebrities and children through Deckchair Dreams, a fantastic public art adventure, to celebrate the trees, wildlife and other rare and wonderful things of London’s eight Royal Parks.

Limited Edition

Just 250 deckchairs of this design are available for you buy. Made from a solid, sustainable Merpauh wood frame with a quality artist’s woven canvas, you can enjoy snoozing on these deckchairs for years to come.

Marc Quinn

Marc Quinn's wide-ranging oeuvre displays a preoccupation with the mutability of the body and the dualisms that define human life: spiritual and physical, surface and depth, cerebral and sexual. Using a multiplicity of materials, from ice and blood to glass, marble or lead, Quinn develops these paradoxes into experimental, conceptual works, mostly figurative in form.

Quinn’s work often deals with the distanced relationship we have with our bodies, highlighting how the conflict between the ‘natural’ and ‘cultural’ grips the contemporary psyche. In 1999, Quinn began a series of marble sculptures of amputees to review the aspirations of Greek and Roman statuary and their depictions of an idealised whole. Quinn’s enlarged sculpture of Alison Lapper, a woman born without arms, when she was heavily pregnant, formed a major piece of public art for Trafalgar Square’s fourth plinth.

Details

Solid Merpauh wood deckchair frame from a sustainable source

Sustainably sourced wooden frame with printed artist's woven canvas, suitable for outdoor use.

Deckchair dimensions when flat = 130 x 60 x 6 cm

There is a lead time of this item of three weeks as they are printed to order.

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