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Thirty-five artists

Print
1982 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Lithograph and silkscreen on Somerset paper depicting the covers and spine of a purple book laid flat. The book has come alive with various sexualised and homoerotic figures, three Messerschmidt heads, various colour charts, and the American flag. Underneath the image is a printed bill detailing the cost of putting on an exhibition for 12 weeks. Signed, numbered and dated by the artist in pencil.

Object details

Categories
Object type
Titles
  • Thirty-five artists (series title)
  • A new spirit in painting (assigned by artist)
Materials and techniques
Lithograph and silkscreen on Somerset paper
Brief description
Print by Eduardo Paolozzi from Volume Four of a Royal College of Art (RCA) printmaking portfolio entitled 'Thirty-five artists'. Great Britain, 1982.
Physical description
Lithograph and silkscreen on Somerset paper depicting the covers and spine of a purple book laid flat. The book has come alive with various sexualised and homoerotic figures, three Messerschmidt heads, various colour charts, and the American flag. Underneath the image is a printed bill detailing the cost of putting on an exhibition for 12 weeks. Signed, numbered and dated by the artist in pencil.
Dimensions
  • Portfolio height: 67.4cm
  • Porfolio when closed width: 52cm
  • Sheets height: 50cm
  • Sheets width: 65cm
Dimensions measured 31/12/2014
Subjects depicted
Collection
Accession number
E.622:9-1996

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Record createdApril 20, 2009
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