Eugenie’s Order of Service artist says he wants to ‘pee on middle class lawns’

The artist whose work appears in Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s Order Of Service once said he would like to "pee on laws of the middle class".

Mark Bradford’s mixed media canvas artwork called "Here" appears in the Royal Order of Service for today’s wedding at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.

Princess Eugenie works as a director of Mayfair Art Gallery Hauser & Wirth.

He has held a number of exhibitions at the west London gallery and Eugenie used her big day to support the American artist.

However, Bradford’s views don’t exactly align with Princess Eugenie’s extremely privileged background.

In an interview with The Guardian, Bradford once said: "The middle class is always bound by rules: you shouldn’t do this, you must do that.

"It looks nice, everyone’s lawn looks manicured, but I feel like I want to go up there and pee on one of them.”

The American artist lives and works in LA and is known for his grid-like abstract paintings combining collage with paint.

His pieces have also been on display at The Saatchi Gallery and The Tate.


Meanwhile, the couple left their reception in an extremely rare Aston Martin which was made especially for the James Bond film Spectre.

The couple left the castle following their afternoon reception and made their way to Windsor Lodge, where Eugenie’s parents live, for the evening party.

They drove down the long walk in a slick Aston Martin DB10, which was made especially by Eon Productions for the Bond movie starring Daniel Craig.

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