8 meter x 15 meter.
Spray paint on wall.
Commissioned for Fine Art Restore
Tymon de Laat 2021
This piece was painted in the new workshop of the fine art restoration company for the lovely folks of Chris and Anna Bull and their 3 daughters.
The title of the last bull keeper refers to their last name “Bull” and the fact that we still live in a world where it kind of is standard that the girl takes the last name of the husband. There for potentially their 3 daughters are the last bull keepers. When presenting the finished piece I spoke to the young ladies about this and that they should try and keep their surname in the game. On the wall you see a gaucho girl that wears an small key as earring and stands for the next generation of bull keepers. Within the bull you see a landscape painting of a place in the lake district that has a special meaning for Chris and Anna. Thank you for the trust on this project.
A big thank you goes to my buddies at blank wall assassins for setting this up
14 November 2021