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Joe Tilson Rainbow Grill 1965 Silkscreen Rare Limited Edition Matchbox Art

Joe Tilson
Rainbow Grill – 1965
Print – Silkscreen 31.5” x 31.5”
Edition: Signed in pencil, titled, dated and marked 55/70

“Rainbow Grill”
(Vancouver Art Gallery catalogue 6)
screenprint in blue and black with vacuum-formed polystyrene, 1965, on white card and Dutch strawboard, signed, entitled, dated and numbered 55/70 in pencil,

Condition Note: There are water stains in the margin.

 

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Tilson was a student at St. Martin’s School of Art, 1949-52, and at the Royal College of Art, 1952-5, where he won the Knapping and Rome Prizes.

Between 1955-7 Tilson travelled in Italy and Spain, which had a marked influence on his early work. After winning the Gulbenkian Foundation Prize in 1960, Tilson exhibited in the Paris Biennale and Carnegie International Exhibition, in Pittsburgh, in 1961, and had the first of several appearances at the Venice Biennale in 1964. Had first one-man show at New London Gallery in 1961, the 1960s seeing the burgeoning of his international exhibiting career. He became associated with the Royal College’s generation of Pop Artists, but was always prepared to experiment with novel subjects, sometimes stemming from his eclectic reading, and materials. Tate Gallery and Arts Council hold his work. Lived for some time in London, later in Wiltshire and Italy. Joe was elected to the Royal Academy in 1991.

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Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 37 × 5 × 28 in
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55/70

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Large (Greater than 30'')

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Joe Tilson Rainbow Grill 1965 Silkscreen Rare Limited Edition Matchbox Art

Joe Tilson Rainbow Grill - 1965 Print - Silkscreen 31.5'' x 31.5'' Edition: Signed in pencil, titled, dated and marked 55/70 "Rainbow Grill" (Vancouver Art Gallery catalogue 6) screenprint in blue and black with vacuum-formed polystyrene, 1965, on white card and Dutch strawboard, signed, entitled, dated and numbered 55/70 in pencil, Condition Note: There are water stains in the margin.  

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