Original screenprint, 1971, in colours, on wove paper, signed and dated by the artist in pencil, verso is the Publishers stamp.
Printed by : Kelpra Studios, London, their stamp (K7800) verso.
Size: Paper size: 102 x 71 cms . Image: 79 × 59 cms
Reference: There is no catalogue raisonne for works by this artist and no published work which helps us with a better description of our piece. However another edition of this work is in the collection of the Tate Gallery which was presented to them by Rose and Chris Prater through the Institute of Contemporary Prints in 1975.
Note: The angular shapes with dramatic strong colours are typical of the artists works made in the 1960’s and ’70’s. Heron was an important member of the St Ives School and suggested that these represented the fields, rivers, lakes and seas of his native Cornwall viewed from up high in the sky. As well as painting and tapestry design, Patrick Heron has also designed a stained glass window for the Tate Gallery in St. Ives and designed a kneeler to encircle the Henry Moore altar at St. Stephen Wallbrook in London.
Provenance: Sold to Benefit the Acquisition Fund of the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields
Public Collections: Tate Gallery, London: https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/heron-untitled-p04287
Condition: Very minor folds on lower left corner outside the image. Otherwise in excellent condition with brilliant and fresh colours.
Category Patrick Heron