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Double screen - EH9681

EH9681

  • Object:

    Double screen

  • Place of origin:

    Sheffield, England (made)

  • Date:

    1995 (designed)
    1996 (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Wendy Ramshaw, born 1939 (designer)
    Qualart (maker)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Steel, cut by water jet, set with optical glass lenses, spray painted

  • Museum number:

    M.83:1-1997

  • Gallery location:

    In Storage

  • Image in copyright

Place of Origin

Sheffield, England (made)

Date

1995 (designed)
1996 (made)

Artist/maker

Wendy Ramshaw, born 1939 (designer)
Qualart (maker)

Materials and Techniques

Steel, cut by water jet, set with optical glass lenses, spray painted

Descriptive line

Steel, set with optical glass lenses, Sheffield, 1996, designed by Wendy Ramshaw, RDI, CBE, 1995, commissioned by the V&A for the staff restaurant.

Labels and date

DOUBLE SCREEN
Steel, set with optical glass lenses, spray painted
England, 1996
Designed by Wendy Ramshaw, OBE, in 1995
Made by Qualart Ltd.
This double screen, cut by high pressure water jet, was commissioned by the V&A for the staff restaurant, then located in a new Centre for Research and Conservation.
On a small and large scale, Wendy Ramshaw’s work in metal is distinctive for its minimalist, linear style. Museum number M.83:1&2-1997 [September 2014]

Materials

Steel; Optical glass,

Techniques

Painting (coating); Metal-cutting; Laser beam cutting

Categories

Metalwork; Sculpture; Architectural fittings; Ironwork

Collection code

MET

Qr_O301546
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