Brian Rice 1965 Large Signed Limited Edition Silkscreen Print
Artist Name: Brian Rice
Title: Brian Rice 1965 Large Signed Limited Edition Silkscreen Print.
This large signed limited edition silkscreen print by Brian Rice showcases the artist's luminous and hard-edged abstract style, which gained significant national and international attention during the 1960s. Rice's artwork quickly found its place in prestigious international collections, garnering acclaim and recognition. While the pop art icons of the 1950s and 1960s were influential in the art world at the time, Rice drew inspiration from the De Stijl movement and European Constructivists of the 1920s and 1930s, infusing his work with their aesthetic principles.
However, by the mid-1970s, Rice became disillusioned with both his artistic output and the general art world. He made a retreat to the West Country and shifted his focus towards farming and teaching, leaving behind a legacy of abstract artworks that had made a lasting impact on the art scene. This large silkscreen print, created in 1965 and signed by the artist, exemplifies Rice's artistic prowess and serves as a testament to his creative journey during a pivotal era in his career.
Medium Type: Silkscreen
Size-Width | Size-Height: 39'' x 27''
Signed | Edition Size: signed in Pencil, dated and marked | 4/50
Unframed in Very Good Condition.