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Brian Elliott The Matador Original Art Silkscreen 1969

Brian Elliott
The Matador – 1969
Print – Silkscreen on Heavy Paper   31” x 23.25”
Edition: Signed, Titled and Numbered 18/20

Unframed in Very Good Condition
Paper Size; 31″ x 23.25″
Image Size; 22.25″x 18.5″

Mr. Elliott’s works can be found in the Collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

In the early Sixties he set up a studio and silkscreen workshop in Kennington and around this a group of Constructivists was formed called Ko5.

Though childlike and simplistic in form, each of these charming prints provides the essential details that captures the mood of each subject.

Whether a brooding artist or a carefree young woman on the street, Brian Elliott finds, and then refines, a simple truth within each of his subjects; sometimes funny, at others scathingly satirical.

These vibrant prints make up a series that amuse the eye and stimulate the heart.

$400.00

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Brian Elliott The Matador Original Art Silkscreen 1969

Brian Elliott The Matador - 1969 Print - Silkscreen on Heavy Paper   31'' x 23.25'' Edition: Signed, Titled and Numbered 18/20 Unframed in Very Good Condition Paper Size; 31" x 23.25" Image Size; 22.25"x 18.5" Mr. Elliott's works can be found in the Collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. In the early Sixties he set up a studio and silkscreen workshop in Kennington and around this a group of Constructivists was formed called Ko5. Though childlike and simplistic in form, each of these charming prints provides the essential details that captures the mood of each subject. Whether a brooding artist or a carefree young woman on the street, Brian Elliott finds, and then refines, a simple truth within each of his subjects; sometimes funny, at others scathingly satirical. These vibrant prints make up a series that amuse the eye and stimulate the heart.

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