Printed onto wove paper to the sheet edge by Kelpra Press. The print is number 4 of 70 copies, is signed and dated 1967 by the artist in pencil. The sheet has some minor soft handling folds, else in good condition.
Image size 637 x 636 mm
Sheet size 680 x 680 mm
‘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.
This print is in the Tate Gallery Collection.
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