Fine art print depicting Lynn Chadwick's Moon in Alabama, 1963.
Lynn Chadwick (1914-2003) was a leading post-war British sculptor recognised for his large semi-abstract bronze and steel structures. Breaking away from dominant sculptural traditions such as carving marble, wood and stone, Chadwick formed part of a new generation embracing a fresh and somewhat dematerialised approach to making. He was awarded the international prize for sculpture at the Venice Biennale in 1956.
Lynn Chadwick featured in our exhibition Sculpting the Line: British Sculptors as Printmakers (20 September 2014 until 6 September 2015), exploring the links between sculpture and print.
The print comes unframed and is posted rolled.
Materials: Giclee print on watercolour paper, reproduced from an original lithograph
Dimensions: 590 x 430mm