William Tillyer colour lithograph printed in colour on thick hand made paper. The paper has been especially made for this edition as it is shaped for the image and has a uneven edge. This lithograph is signed in pencil by the artist and comes from a small edition size of 50 copies, this being numbered 14. This image was used for the Chicago International Art Exposition poster in 1985, which was held at Navy Pier. The lithograph was published by Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London. At present the print is framed and it has a small damp stain, not in the print, but on the backing to the far right corner. See photograph. The item will be posted out of frame unless discussed otherwise.
Size 74 x 53cm
In 1984, William Tillyer travelled extensively throughout South Western America making watercolours and worked on the Bridge Mesh paintings and the Esk Bridge series of etchings. It was in 1985 that Tillyer had a solo show at Roger Ramsay Gallery, Chicago.