Pallant House Gallery North South
‘Pallant House Gallery North South’.
From original ink drawing with colour added digitally. Printed on art paper using archival inks.
Panoramic Print. Paper size 120 x 30.5 cm approx.
From a limited edition of 100, the print is signed and numbered.
This print shows the street elevation where the Pallant House Gallery lives in Chichester. This museum houses an early 20th century modern British and European art collection and is conformed by a Queen Anne 18th century townhouse and a 21st century contemporary extension designed by Long & Kentish in association with Colin St John Wilson.
The colour palette of this print is a reflection on the painting ‘Still life-cerulean’ by Ben Nicholson, an abstract painting from 1946 that is part of the museum’s collection. The exercise of producing this print shows how an abstract piece converses with a figurative one, and how this in return validates the abstraction.
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