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'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. 

Framing is available on request, framed image shows the print in a Walnut Box frame. 

The Conscious Bit

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The Boring Bit

Etching with Aquatint, Print 4/30

40.64 x 35.56cm

Signed in pencil on the front left