Moon Series A-F

Moon Series A-F

Chadwick, Lynn
(Londen, 24 november 1914 - Gloucestershire, 25 april 2003)

Details

Databanknummer:
79392
Lotnummer:
-
Advertentietype
Archief
Instelling:
Venduehuis Den Haag
Veilingdatum:
-
Veilingnummer:
-
Stad
-
Limietprijs
-
Aankoopprijs
-
Verkoopprijs
-
Hamerprijs
-
Status
Verkocht

Technische details

Kunstvorm:
Grafische kunst
Technieken:
Kleurenlitho
Dragers:
Papier
Lengte:
50 cm
Breedte:
64 cm
Hoogte:
-
Oplage:
8/70 (6 st.)

Beschrijving

Moon Series A-F'. All signed and dated '65 in pen (lower right). Series of 6 lithographs in colours, numbered resp. 8/70, 8/70,14/70, 17/70, 24/70 and 15/70. Lynn Chadwick was part of the Post-War generation of British sculptors known for their dramatic, welded iron works that combined often figurative subjects with expressionistic abstraction. Chadwick’s process was akin to 'drawing in space', using iron rods to build frameworks of juxtaposed polyhedrons, and later filling them in with a mixture of iron filings and plaster that could be smoothed, scored, or left with a roughly textured finish. Simplicity of form, it seems, was a way for Chadwick to explore diversity. He designed hundreds of maquettes and fully realized pieces, all along the same lines - literally - yet each has its own unique captivating embodiment.

Chadwick's 'Moon Series' is an excellent example of his ability to translate his sculptur

 

 

 

 

      

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Lynn Chadwick (1914-2003)

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all signed and dated '65 in pen (lower right). Series of 6 lithographs in colours, numbered resp. 8/70, 8/70,14/70, 17/70, 24/70 and 15/70.
Lynn Chadwick was part of the Post-War generation of British sculptors known for their dramatic, welded iron works that combined often figurative subjects with expressionistic abstraction. Chadwick’s process was akin to 'drawing in space', using iron rods to build frameworks of juxtaposed polyhedrons, and later filling them in with a mixture of iron filings and plaster that could be smoothed, scored, or left with a roughly textured finish.
Simplicity of form, it seems, was a way for Chadwick to explore diversity. He designed hundreds of maquettes and fully realized pieces, all along the same lines - literally - yet each has its own unique captivating embodiment.

Chadwick's 'Moon Series' is an excellent example of his ability to translate his sculptural moon themes into two dimensional poetry.

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