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C Vertical Screen

Item Code: GH-39-ss
Medium
Etching
Date of Work
1970
Edition Size
75
Signed
Stamped signature
Height (cm)
38.5
Width (cm)
38
Base price $659
Includes free standard framing and uk delivery
Stamp signed original etching.

Aside from the main edition.

The line and surface possibility of the etching technique with the added contrast of cutting the plate to include an unprinted area within an inked image - was what Gordon House describes in Gordon House Editions 1961-1981. This continuing evolution of House's processes creates an element of endless shapes and compositions to intrigue the eye.
Gordon House PortraitHouse was born in South Wales in 1932 and studied at Luton and St. Albans Schools of Art. During the 1950s he worked for an advertising agency and it wasn’t until 1961 that he was able to pursue his artistic career, supporting himself by part-time teaching. His client base was extremely diverse; besides the leading London galleries, it included the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Ashmolean Gallery.

The Tate Gallery holds more than 100 of his prints and his work is also represented in many important public collections including the Arts Council, the British Council, the Victoria & Albert Museum and the M.O.M.A. in New York. In 2004 House died and his autobiographical memoir Tin-pan Valley was published posthumously. The following year a major retrospective was held at the Millinery Works.
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