COHEN, Harold

‘Derrynan No.1’ Screenprint by Harold Cohen



Harold Cohen Signed Silk Screen.

Printed on wove paper to the sheet edge by Kelpra Studio.  The print is number 10 of 70 copies and is signed and dated 1967, by the artist in pencil.The sheet has some minor soft handling folds, else good.This print is in the Tate Gallery Collection.

Image size 665 x 668 mm

Sheet size 680 x 680mm


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‘I want to propose that art is fundamentally representational: a work of art stands for something which is not present to the viewer in the same sense that the work itself is present. I don’t mean that a work has to ‘look like’ the world, but that we should view a presentation as a set of assertions about the world rather than as a transformation of the world onto a flat surface. In short, what I mean by representation proceeded from the inside out, not the other way about.’ Harold Cohen Tate Gallery, 1983.

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