P11017 THE ARTIST'S WIFE SEATED IN A TREE 1944
Inscribed ‘Cecil Collins 1944’ bottom right and ‘5/7’
Roneo, printed and published by the artist, 8 3/4×7 (22.2×17.8)
Presented by Elisabeth and Cecil Collins 1981
Lit: op.cit., no.12
During the War, when materials were hard to get, and Collins had little working space, he started to use a Roneo office duplicating kit to make original prints. He drew through a waxed sheet and transferred the image by means of a roller and Roneo ink. Collins made a painting of this subject in 1976.
The Tate Gallery 1980-82: Illustrated Catalogue of Acquisitions, London 1984