'Jeremiah In Stocks' - Alistair Grant (1968) Print
These prints are from the late 1960s and show the strong influence of figurative abstraction and surrealist elements in Grant’s work. The shapes he uses become a visual vocabulary and are ciphers of existing forms – organised on strongly coloured backgrounds which allows them to be read as landscapes. This approach to describing a sense of place finds echoes in the St. Ives artists though Grant’s work have their own unique character.
Float mounted and framed in Tulipwood.
Why We Chose It?
The Boring Bit
40.64 x 35.56cm
Etching with Aquatint, Print 4/30
Signed by the artist in pencil on the front left
Float mounted and framed in Tulipwood