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Christopher Le Brun
Yellow Tower is a vigorously contemporary, almost abstract composition arising from experiments with plywood panels cut with a simple chisel and hammer. It is printed from four separate blocks. Printed by Hugh Stoneman at Stoneman Graphics in Cornwall, UK.
Technique
A single colour woodcut, printed on Kozu-shi 23gsm light Japanese paper. Published in 1998.

Christopher Le Brun
Christopher Le Brun RA (born 1951 in Portsmouth) studied at the Slade School of Fine Art (DFA) in London from 1970–74 and at Chelsea School of Art (MA) from 1974–75. Following many exhibitions through the 1980s he was elected to the Royal Academy, London in 1996. He was one of the five artists shortlisted for the Angel of the South, Kent, project in January 2008. His intricate naturalistic etchings of rural subjects recall precursors from Samuel Palmer to Goya and the old masters.

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£1,440.00

Yellow Tower

Yellow Tower

Yellow Tower

Woodcut
The woodcut is achieved by covering the side-grain wooden block surface with ink by rolling over the surface with an ink-covered roller (brayer). The impression is printed by placing the paper directly on the woodblock and then applying pressure either by hand or through a press.
Woodcut
Edition of 25
Signed by the artist & numbered on the reverse

£1,440.00

Sheet size
65 x 89cm
25½ x 35in

Image size
39 x 39cm
15½ x 15½in
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Yellow Tower is a vigorously contemporary, almost abstract composition arising from experiments with plywood panels cut with a simple chisel and hammer. It is printed from four separate blocks. Printed by Hugh Stoneman at Stoneman Graphics in Cornwall, UK.

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First Name Christopher
Last Name Le Brun
Artist Description Christopher Le Brun RA (born 1951 in Portsmouth) studied at the Slade School of Fine Art (DFA) in London from 1970–74 and at Chelsea School of Art (MA) from 1974–75. Following many exhibitions through the 1980s he was elected to the Royal Academy, London in 1996. He was one of the five artists shortlisted for the Angel of the South, Kent, project in January 2008. His intricate naturalistic etchings of rural subjects recall precursors from Samuel Palmer to Goya and the old masters.
Edition of 25
Ed Date 1998
Inscriptions Signed by the artist & numbered on the reverse
Short Technique Woodcut
Sheet Size 65 x 89cm
Sheet Size (Inches) 25½ x 35in
Image Size 39 x 39cm
Image Size (inches) 15½ x 15½in
Technical Description A single colour woodcut, printed on Kozu-shi 23gsm light Japanese paper. Published in 1998.
Technique Pop ups The woodcut is achieved by covering the side-grain wooden block surface with ink by rolling over the surface with an ink-covered roller (brayer). The impression is printed by placing the paper directly on the woodblock and then applying pressure either by hand or through a press.
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