©Courtesy of Bernard Jacobson Gallery
The print is part of a set of 8 linocuts, produced by a master printmaker according to Sol Lewitt’s exacting instructions, measurements and drawings. The linocut technique in this case provides a beautiful textural quality impossible to see in the reproduced image. The purchase of this print was made possible by the sale of donated prints by William Rawlinson through the good offices of the print dealer Elizabeth Harvey-Lee. We felt that since several of Rawlinson’s prints were linocuts, we should acquire a major work in this medium.