Photopolymer etching printed in colours
Edition of 140
48.2 x 43 cm
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About the workUntitled,2004 is signed and numbered from the edition of 140 in pencil, on wove paper, published by Tate, St Ives, with full margins, sheet 482 x 430mm (19 x 17in) Callum Innes is one of Britain’s most well-known abstract painters. His ongoing series of “Exposed Paintings” creates the most attraction with the play between additive and subtractive processes. Creating a space for potential uncertainty within a rigorous visual language of monochrome painting. Untitled, 2004 is very much a part of the “Exposed Paintings” series with the artists process described as “unpainting”- leaving only traces of colour. Innes does this by layering pigment onto his chosen surface before removing as much colour as possible using washes of turpentine.
Signature: Signed and numbered in pencil bottom right
Medium: Photopolymer etching printed in colours