screenprint in colours on Somerset white satin mould-made paper,2013, signed lower right in pencil by the artist with the artist's initials, numbered 49/150, As published by the Terrence Higgins Tru
Comments: This silkscreen print was made after an Oil on wood painted in 2012 exhibited in the Alan Cristea Gallery also in 2012. The Multiplication print involves 16 hand-pulled colour silkscreens, using ground lightfast Phthalo Green, Transparent Yellow Iron and Red Iron Oxides, Titan Buff (Titanium Dioxide) and Carbon Black pigment inks from Golden Inks, New York. These inks were applied layer-by-layer with a final matte varnish.The hand-torn and sponged paper is Somerset white satin 300gsm, mould-made, 100 per cent cotton, acid free and made at St Cuthbert’s Mill in Wells, Somerset. The prints are framed to a design approved by the artist using conservation museum standards in a handmade solid oak frame 435mm x 375mm (finished size).The print is float mounted with archival tape onto ‘clay’ coloured conservation board, with thin oak slip, cotton core backing barrier and UV filtered Acrylic glazing.Verso is a label marked “30th Anniversary Auction”. This label states that the work was produced to mark the 30th anniversary of the Terrence Higgins Trust which was founded in 1982 following the tragic death of Terry Higgins. It is now the UK’s leading HIV and sexual health charity supporting 100,000 people living in the UK today.
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sheet: 10 5/8” x 13” in. ( 27 x 33 cm)
In very fine condition with fresh colours. In original frame designed and chosen by the artist. Additional and larger photos and more information may often be available in our main site catalog.
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