Description & Technical information

The problem of giving comprehensible shape to new concepts has been the constant occupation of artists in the last hundred however; abstract art enters a phase of construction.
In this new phase of art, the object is invested in the material with which the artist works.

(Victor Pasmore, 'Abstract, Concrete and Subjective Art', Broadsheet 2, July 1952.)

Date:  1966-67
Period:  20th century
Medium: Painted wood on panel relief construction
Signature: Signed with initials VP

Dimensions: 120.7 x 120.7 cm (47¹/₂ x 47¹/₂ inches)
Provenance: Marlborough Fine Art, London
New Art Centre, Salisbury

Categories: Paintings, Drawings & Prints