Al TaylorPivot, 1991

£5,800

Signed and numbered by Al Taylor

Line etching, spit bite aquatint

19 x 20 inches

Edition of 20 + 4 APs

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Al Taylor, Pivot, 1991

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Signed and numbered by Al Taylor

Edition of 20 + 4 APs

Line etching, spit bite aquatint

19 x 20 inches

Print

The artwork is numbered and signed by Al Taylor. The print is an editioned line etching, spit bite aquatint, burnishing, made and published by Niels Borch Jensen Editions.

Framing

For this picture, we recommend the 'BOX', a classic frame that is slimmer from the front and deeper from the side, turning your print into an elegant object on the wall. Other options are of course available. All our frames are handmade by one of the UK's leading framing workshops, and are constructed to museum standards. Please note that prices do not include local taxes, framing or shipping.

Shipping

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Artwork In Detail

Collaboration with BORCH editions.

 

Al Taylor’s fundamental idea that traces of liquids when slightly elevated would cast shadows is apparent in Pivot. Taylor is attempting to integrate lines and planes in a spiral movement that has an almost vegetal character. The second version, with its complex fusion of spiral motion and construction, is a nearly abstract vision. Still, the crowded field avoids assuming an ornamental, calligraphic life of its own.

Al Taylor, Pivot, 1991

Al Taylor

Pivot, 1991

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Al Taylor, Pivot, 1991

Al Taylor

B. 1948

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The Artist

Al Taylor’s work is filled with playful everyday poetry, granting even the most banal phenomena a position of glory. Puddles of dog urine, peas, or human thumbs are all part of Taylor’s universe, in which sculptures and prints – the three-dimensional and two-dimensional – enter a unique dialogue. The artistic experiment is reduced to an absolute minimum in Taylor’s works. Regardless of how prosaic or down-to-earth Taylor’s objects are, they always turn into wry yet uncompromising poetry.

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