DRAWINGS BY FOUR BRITISH SCULPTORS
- Previous work
The head was a constant subject for Paolozzi throughout his career but the period 1952-54 marked a particularly intense period of development. He made a series of powerful monotype head studies in 1953 which are clearly related to the small bronze head sculptures of the same year. This print is one of a number of versions of the screenprint of the same title as the monotype Head 3(P303) made by photo mechanically re-creating the original collage.
Eduardo Paolozzi Artificial Horizons and Eccentric Ladders Works on Paper 1946-1995, The British Council 1996
- Accession Number P645
- Dimensions 44.5 X 24 cm
- Media LITHOGRAPH
A metal alloy made from copper with up to two-thirds tin, often with other small amounts of other metals. Commonly used in casting. A work cast in bronze is sometimes referred to as 'a bronze'.
The two-dimensional form of assemblage made by affixing paper, card, photographs, fabric and other objects to a flat surface. It is often combined with painting and drawing techniques. This technique was first introduced by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque in 1912 during their phase of synthetic cubism.
The artist may draw or paint onto a surface such as glass or metal and then press paper onto the image to take its impression. Because the ink or other medium is transferred to the paper only one good impression can be made.
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