|Approach||Part of the Young British Artists (YBA) movement|
|Description||One of the few paintings remaining by Emin, who destroyed her paintings when she started working in other media.|
|Location Current Site||Royal College of Art|
|Measurements Dimensions||1830 x 1730 mm|
|Material||oil on canvas|
|Biography||1963: Born London.|
|Biographic Notes||Most details from: Tracy Emin, White Cube, 1998|
|Education||1989: Studied at Royal College of Art, MA in Painting.
1986-89: Studied at Maidstone College of Art, BA (Fine Art).
|Awards||1997: International Award for Video Art, Baden-Baden
1997: Video Art Prize, Sudwest Bank, Stuttgart
|Institution||Royal College of Art|
|Rights Owner||Royal College of Art|
|Rights Status||UK HE use only|
|Style Period Period||Young British Artist (YBA)|
|Technique||Very thinly applied. areas of exposed ground. pencil and crayon underdrawing. background looks to have been sanded or scraped back, weave visible in some areas|