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"Sun And Moon 1972" by Barbara Hepworth - Hand Signed Lithograph
Sun And Moon 1972 Limited Edition Print by Barbara Hepworth
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Barbara Hepworth

"Sun And Moon 1972"

Hand SignedSigned By the Artist in Pencil, Publishers Blindstamp Lower Left 
Condition Excellent 
Purchased fromAuction House 2021 
Story / Additional InfoDame Barbara Hepworth D.B.E. Title: Sun and Moon. Medium: Original Lithograph in colours, on Barcham Green Paper, 1972, signed by the artist in pencil, publishers blindstamp lower left. Size: Paper size: 75 x 55 cms. Edition: 60. Note: This was part of a series entitled “Twelve Lithographs”. The series that Hepworth drew in 1968 were her first major work in the medium. She had just been honoured by a major retrospective at the Tate Gallery. Stanley Jones, who ran the most influential British lithography studio, Curwen Press, and who was also a driving force re-establishing lithography as a significant creative artistic medium, approached her and offered her the chance to develop her concepts and ideas for prints. Through him Hepworth learned how she could combine colour and stroke in an abstract sense and, through texture, link this to the surface and spatial sense of her sculpture. Published and Printed by: Curwen Studio, Cambridge.  
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Barbara Hepworth - United Kingdom

Art Brokerage: Dame Barbara Hepworth British Artist: b. 1903-1975. Barbara Hepworth was one of the most prominent early 20th-Century British sculptors who moved from Classical to abstract styles that were organic and geometric. At first, her approach was startling to the public, but by the 1950s, she was well accepted and was receiving both national and international recognition including participation in the 1950 Venice Biennale and the 1959 Biennal exhibition in Sao Paulo, where she won the Grand Prix award. The Universities of Birmingham (1960) and Leeds (1961) awarded her honorary doctorates, and in 1965, she received from the British government a highest honor, Dame of the Order of the British Empire. Many of her works are relatively small scale, but in her later years, she did increasingly larger pieces including Meridian for the State House in London, and the Hammerskjöld Memorial for the United Nations Building in New York City. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.



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