Glen Baxter The Twins Devoted an Hour Each Day to the Walnut 1978

Artwork details

Artist
Glen Baxter born 1944
Title
The Twins Devoted an Hour Each Day to the Walnut
Date 1978
Medium Letterpress print on paper
Dimensions Image: 111 x 150 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased 1982
Reference
P07606
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Catalogue entry

P07606 [from] UNTITLED PORTFOLIO 1978 [P07604P07609; complete]


All inscribed ‘Glen Baxter 78’ bottom right and ‘31/75’

Six letterpress prints, printed at Ithaca Press, published by Anthony Stokes, in range 4×4 7/8-4 1/4×6 1/4 (10×12.5–10.7×16)
Purchased from Anthony Stokes (Grant-in-Aid) 1982

Baxter's prints are taken from original drawings and published in limited edition, postcard and book form. ‘The twins introduced the imposter’ was also published as a postcard by Anthony Stokes in 1980. ‘To me the window is still a symbolically loaded motif drawled Cody’ was also published as a postcard by Anthony Stokes (1980) and in The Impending Gleam, a book of Baxter's work published by Jonathan Cape (1981).

Published in:
The Tate Gallery 1980-82: Illustrated Catalogue of Acquisitions, London 1984

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