Tea for Two by Harry Brockway

Tea for Two by Harry Brockway

980.00

The wording on this piece ‘Just me for you and you for me’, comes from the song ‘Tea for Two’ by Vincent Youman, which was written for the 1925 musical ‘No, No Nanette’.  The piece is carved in Portland Limestone with painted letters.  

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

16 artists were invited to the Chelsea Physic Garden to acquaint them with the unique, historic garden. They responded to the Gardens’ 2018 theme of ‘Beverages Bubbles and Brews’ with proposals for standing stones and sculptures, sundials and ornaments with witty and wise inscriptions of poetry, drinking songs and recipes. 

Inspired by the myriad of plants that are the ingredients in teas and tisanes, wines, cordials, beers and herbal brews, ‘An Elixir of Letters’ slakes  the thirst of art lovers and gardening enthusiasts alike.

The exhibition occupies spaces throughout Chelsea Physic Garden from May to October 2018.

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The price of the piece does not include delivery. This work can be collected from our Snape gallery, or alternatively contact us on  01728 688393 / 01728 688934 or info@letteringartstrust.org.uk for a quote for packing and delivery.