William Scott - Untitled - from a poem for Alexander
Original screen print , 1972, signed and dated by the artist ‘W.Scott’ in pencil (Lower right). Archive number 80.43 is hand written verso
Size: 382 x 576 mms (Paper size); 222 x 480 mms (Image size)
Edition: 72. There were also a small number of artists proofs.
HSBC Art Collection
Estate of Annette McGuire Cravens, Buffalo, NY.HSBC Art Collection
Note: This is from the suite entitled “A poem for Alexander” which consisted of 14 screenprints. The concept dealt with Euclid’s ten universal mathematical “truths”. In these prints Scott plays with symmetrical arrangements using hand drawn lines too amuse us with geometry.
Printed by: Kelpra Studios, with their stamp verso: K8027
Published by: Leslie Waddington, London
Public Collections: The Tate Gallery: Their example was presented by Rose and Chris Prater through the Institute of Contemporary Prints in 1975, reference PO5111. Their example can be seen on https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/scott-blue-and-white-related-p05111