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Wealth is Shared - No One Charges, No One Pays
© Chad McCail

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Wealth is Shared - No One Charges, No One Pays 2000

Not on display

  • Scottish Art
This is the right-hand panel of a triptych. In the scene, a supermarket has been converted into a large greenhouse so that people can be self-sufficient and grow their own food. Outside, fruit trees and vegetables are growing where the supermarket car park used to be. Children play happily in the river, showing a balance of work and recreation. The painting shows a lifestyle that is an attainable and preferable alternative to contemporary society. The simple, clear writing style is based on the typeface of captions in Ladybird educational books for children.

Glossary Open


An artwork consisting of three components. It may refer specifically to a work with wings that fold over the central image; this is a common form for altarpieces.


The process of print design involving the selection and arrangement of different styles of type.

Triptych, Typography


  • Acc. No. GMA 4340 C
  • Medium Triptych, gouache on paper
  • Size 76.20 x 152.40 cm (paper 86.36 x 162.56 cm)
  • Credit Purchased 2000