Ed BaynardA Dark Pot with Roses 1980

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Ed Baynard (born 1940)
A Dark Pot with Roses
Date 1980
MediumWoodcut on paper
Dimensionsimage: 1027 x 490 mm
Acquisition Presented by Tyler Graphics Ltd in honour of Pat Gilmour, Tate Print Department 1974-7, 2004
Not on display


This is one of a series of eight woodcuts prints made by Baynard at the Tyler workshop over a period from November 1979 to November 1980, two of which are in Tate’s collection (see also The Tulip Pitcher 1980, Tate P12995). This was the first print project Baynard worked on at Tyler Graphics. When Baynard’s initial discussions with Kenneth Tyler revealed their mutual admiration for Japanese woodblock prints, they decided to work on a series inspired by the Ukiyo-e style. Baynard had for several years been painting watercolour images of flower-filled vases, and used this theme to create a series of watercolour studies specifically to translate into woodcuts. Tracings were made from these studies, and the shapes further defined, before the images were transferred to the blocks… (read more)

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