Grayson Perry, We Shall Catch it on the Beaches (detail), 2020 Ceramic, 60 x 36 cm, © Grayson Perry Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro

We see famous British figures, such as Queen Elizabeth and Chris Witty. It is also a sharp take on social hypocrisy, as the phrase "Fair pay for key workers apart from our cleaner, oh and the nanny" demonstrates. The title of the vase refers to a speech during World War II, We Shall Fight on the Beaches, by Winston Churchill in 1940. And the shape of the vase refers to a flagon, a robust medieval jug widely used in Britain at the time.



Grayson Perry, We Shall Catch it on the Beaches (detail), 2020 Ceramic, 60 x 36 cm, © Grayson Perry Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro