Chad McCail

Wealth is Shared - No One Charges, No One Pays

About this artwork

This is the left-hand panel of a triptych. It shows a wealthy home-owner and a group of children burying the key to the man's house. This signifies his abandonment of personal property: he has let other people move into his large house, seen in the background. His garden is being carefully converted to grow food while in the background other people are making cars into something more useful. The scene illustrates the concept of wealth being shared equally, and suggests that a much more pleasant society could be created in this way.

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  • artist:
  • title:
    Wealth is Shared - No One Charges, No One Pays
  • date created:
    2000
  • materials:
    Triptych, gouache on paper
  • measurements:
    76.30 x 155.30 cm (paper 86.50 x 165.50cm)
  • object type:
  • credit line:
    Purchased 2000
  • accession number:
    GMA 4340 A
  • gallery:
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Chad McCail

Chad McCail