- Ellsworth Kelly 1923–2015
- Lithograph and screenprint on paper
- Image: 388 x 557 mm
- Presented by Tyler Graphics Ltd in honour of Pat Gilmour, Tate Print Department 1974-7, 2004
Not on display
Although Kelly is known as an abstract artist, some critics have detected references to landscape underlying the curved forms of his paintings and sculpture. This work stems from a postcard-sized collage made by Kelly in the 1950s. It remains an uncharacteristic work. He became interested in the Surrealists while studying in Paris in the late 1940s.
Gallery label, November 2004