- Media category
- Materials used
- colour screenprint on cartridge paper
- unnumbered from edition of 10
- 74.0 x 61.0 cm image; 88.0 x 70.0 cm sheet
- Signature & date
Signed and dated l.r., pencil "J. Se(illeg.) [signature] ....'68".
- Gift of the artist 2008
- Not on display
- Accession number
- © Jan Senbergs/Copyright Agency
- Artist information
Works in the collection
"In this particular print I tried to use a figure, nobody in particular, just some head I picked up from some magazine, just a head from a crowd scene. But I soon dismissed that because it was too specific.
I only did it once. In the sixties screenprinting was really big
in London, with Hockney, Boshier, Hamilton and Paolozzi. They were Pop orientated, figurative and quite clear cut. I didn't want that. I was going in a different direction. I wanted ambiguity, to create my own kind of imagery, without the human form. I felt that if you put a human figure in, then straightaway you gave an indication of the scale around them. I didn't want that. I wanted to leave it ambiguous."
[Hendrik Kolenberg, Jan Senbergs complete screenprints 1960-88, pg 40]
Shown in 1 exhibition
Jan Senbergs: from screenprints to painting, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 27 Apr 2008–25 May 2008
Other works by Jan Senbergs
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