Tyson, Ian : Screens I-XIV



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London, Kelpra Editions, 1976, Limited Edition. Portfolio, 20.5" x 14.5", pp. Black cloth over printed boards with gilt titles on spine, contents loose in portfolio as issued, 15 screen prints on 5 sheets with each sheet signed by the artist, No.7 of 50 copies. Portfolio contained in publisher's cloth covered slipcase which shows a a few marks and a little rubbing.

Ian Tyson is an artist in a range of media who is best known as a printmaker. He founded the Tetrad Press in 1970 and organised and wrote the catalogue for the show "British Artist's Books 1970-83". The Tate, WAC, Victoria and Albert Museum and many other public collections worldwide hold examples of his work.