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On display at V&A South Kensington
Request to view at the Prints & Drawings Study Room, level C , Case MB2E, Shelf DR55

Blue Bowls

Print
2002 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

James Faure Walker has been combining the use of computer software with his practice as a painter since the 1980s. He uses commercial 'paint' programs alongside the more traditional tools of painting, blending and exploiting the different characteristics of each medium. Many of his digital prints incorporate imagery taken from his paintings, his studio or found objects.


object details
Category
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Digital inkjet print on paper
Brief Description
Digital inkjet print on paper, 'Blue Bowls', by James Faure Walker, 2002.
Physical Description
Colour digital inkjet print on paper.
Dimensions
  • Height: 59.2cm
  • Width: 60.4cm
Copy Number
5 of 10
Credit line
Given by James Faure Walker
Object history
Exhibited in:

Transformations: Digital Prints from the V&A collection

Wednesday 18 April – Thursday 13 September 2012

Great Western Hospital, Swindon
Summary
James Faure Walker has been combining the use of computer software with his practice as a painter since the 1980s. He uses commercial 'paint' programs alongside the more traditional tools of painting, blending and exploiting the different characteristics of each medium. Many of his digital prints incorporate imagery taken from his paintings, his studio or found objects.
Collection
Accession Number
E.151-2009

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record createdApril 14, 2009
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