"I was trying to break into colour a bit more… not high pitched, but richer colour, trying to bring the colour in and retain sculptural form. One of the most colourful screenprints, nevertheless its colour is somewhat tempered. Senbergs believes that when his images are too colourful, the image is weaker, distracting attention from structure. Similarly he also deliberately eliminates figures because they suggest scale or humanize the space – in these early works he was most attracted to evocative ambiguity."
[Hendrik Kolenberg, Jan Senbergs complete screenprints 1960-88, pg 67]
colour screenprint on BFK Rives paper
artist's proof for edition of 26
55.6 x 81.2 cm image; 75.6 x 105.0 cm sheet
Signature & date
Not signed. Not dated.
Gift of the artist 2008
Not on display
© Jan Senbergs. Licensed by Copyright Agency
Shown in 1 exhibition
Jan Senbergs: from screenprints to painting, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 27 Apr 2008–25 May 2008
Referenced in 4 publications
Hendrik Kolenberg, Jan Senbergs: Complete screenprints 1960-88, Sydney, 2008, 67 (colour illus.). cat.no. 54
Rudy Komon Art Gallery, Jan Senbergs: Paintings and silkscreen prints (1976), Sydney, 1976. NOTE: Impression unknown.
Tasmanian School of Art Gallery, Seven printmakers, Hobart, 1978, (illus.). cat.no. 29; NOTE: Impression unknown.
The Crossley Gallery, Jan Senbergs silkscreen prints (1975), Melbourne, 1975. cat.no. 11; NOTE: Impression unknown.