Plasters from the contents of the artisit’s Chelsea studio. Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005). is best known for his collages and cut-up sculptures... by re-combining elements casts in plaster of Paris from popular objects, cutting them up and reassembling them, the sculptor arrived at complex compositions. Looking both like scale models and partial incomplete objects these plaster sculptures works-in-progress were an integral part of Paolozzi’s practice and way of thinking. In addition a portfolio of Prints produced in 1998 show the content and chaotic arrangements of sculptures and... Read More
The last three volumes of Max Ernst's five-part masterpiece of surrealist collage, from 1934. This is not a reprint. £450, £600, £600.
Vol. 2, Parts I & II OEUVRES DE 1912 A 1917 (through to) Vol. 17 OEUVRES DE 1956 A 1957. A good early run of 17 volumes (in 18) of the original edition of Zervos's famous 33 (in 34) volume fully illustrated catalogue of Picasso's work, in later lightly worn green cloth, 32 x 25 cm, with gilt titles to spine. Each with a bookplate from the Courtauld Institute of Art, inside front cover, stamped 'Withdrawn from Stock', their library barcode on small label to front endpaper, some other stamps, and 'Courtauld Institute' in gilt to foot of spine. Binding of Vol. 5 weak, with hinges... Read More
Lithograph mounted on franked envelope signed with initials in ink by David Hockney. From an edition of 250. As a consequence of the prolonged postal strike of 1971, Hockney along with a group of British artists, published "Culture Carriers Stamp Out Art" to raise funds for striking workers. Single lithograph by Hockney signed, £700.