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Brian Rice Sector NO.1 1969 Signed Original Print Silkscreen 30” x 27”

Brian Rice
Sector NO.1 – 1969
Print – Silkscreen 30” x 27”
Edition: signed in Pencil, dated and marked 94/125
Cracked ink in the image. A few stains on the outer edges. Please see images.

During the 1960s Brian Rice produced luminous, hard edged abstract paintings and prints, which achieved national and international publicity and acclaim, and quickly found their way into international collections. The roots of inspriration lay not in the 50s and 60s icons of the ‘Pop’ era but rather more in the De Stijl and European Constructivists of the 20s and 30s. However by the mid 1970s disillusioned by both his output and the general art world, he retreated to the West Country and concentrated on his farming and his teaching.

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During the 1960s Brian Rice produced luminous, hard edged abstract paintings and prints, which achieved national and international publicity and acclaim, and quickly found their way into international collections. The roots of inspriration lay not in the 50s and 60s icons of the ‘Pop’ era but rather more in the De Stijl and European Constructivists of the 20s and 30s. However by the mid 1970s disillusioned by both his output and the general art world, he retreated to the West Country and concentrated on his farming and his teaching.

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Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 38 × 4 × 4 in
Size Type/Largest Dimension

Medium (Up to 30in.)

Date of Creation

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Signed

Signed

Edition Type

Limited Edition

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Artist Name

Brian Rice 

Certificate of Authenticity

yes

Edition Size

94/125

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Item height

30

Item Length

27

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Brian Rice Sector NO.1 1969 Signed Original Print Silkscreen 30” x 27”

Brian Rice Sector NO.1 - 1969 Print - Silkscreen 30'' x 27'' Edition: signed in Pencil, dated and marked 94/125 Cracked ink in the image. A few stains on the outer edges. Please see images. During the 1960s Brian Rice produced luminous, hard edged abstract paintings and prints, which achieved national and international publicity and acclaim, and quickly found their way into international collections. The roots of inspriration lay not in the 50s and 60s icons of the 'Pop' era but rather more in the De Stijl and European Constructivists of the 20s and 30s. However by the mid 1970s disillusioned by both his output and the general art world, he retreated to the West Country and concentrated on his farming and his teaching.

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