Posh Dinner Out references a memory from the artist's childhood. On discussing the work Pete stated that "back when me and my family used to go on holiday in the '70s to a seaside resort, we'd sometimes stay at a BnB where the catering would be sorted for us. However, one evening out of the week we'd venture to a restaurant, which although was never posh, my family always treated it as if it was. We were told to keep quiet and to keep our elbows off the table. The place mats were always made of leatherette and the main would invariably consist of a couple of lamb chops, two scoops of mash and some mixed veg. The height of sophistication."
This original painting has been taken from the McKee collection. The painting has been signed twice. One signature has been placed in the bottom right hand corner of the work; the other is seen on the reverse of the painting, which also features its original gallery label.
This painting measures 51cm x 51cm.
Emulsion on board.
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