Three developmental drawings for “Orange on Perspex”

Although finished works in their own right, these prints can also be thought of as working models for larger paintings or three-dimensional objects. Knowles overriding concerns were with form, dimension and space, and he realized his works through the application of various systems to a set of ideas, what he called ‘artform concepts’.

Object Summary

Accession Loan No.
617/1997/2
Category
Fine Art
Collection Class
Drawings
Medium
ink on paper
Common Name
Three developmental drawings for “Orange on Perspex”
Simple Name
drawing
Inscription Transcription
JK 64; exhibited 1997 Exeter Museum & Art Gallery JK 64 development drawings towards orange on perspex 1966 (61 x 61 cm); JK 64
Period Classification
Modern (1945-)
Production Town
Bath
Production Country
United Kingdom: England
Production Date
1964
Production Person Initials
Justin
Production Person Surname
Knowles
Production Year Low

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Three developmental drawings for “Orange on Perspex”