A portrait of the artist's dog by Malcolm Morely (1931 - 2018). Titled Melba by Malcolm, it displays the dog resting near a pack of cigarettes. An etching with expressionist style, signed and numbered by the artist from an edition of 100. Unframed. By the early 1980s Malcolm Morley was so well established as a leading Neo-Expressionist that he was the first winner of the prestigious Turner Prize in London (in 1984). Towards the close of the 1980s, Morley returned to his early motif repertoire of ships and planes, which now figured in large-scale installations that were a combination of paintings and mobiles.

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