Untitled by Tony Cragg framed limited edition print
Untitled by Tony Cragg framed limited edition print
Untitled by Tony Cragg framed limited edition print
Untitled by Tony Cragg framed limited edition print

Untitled by Tony Cragg framed limited edition print (UK delivery only)

£995.00

Edition number 9 of Untitled by Tony Cragg, this lithograph print represents the intricate snake-like forms characteristic of some of Cragg’s works, in natural earthy colours. A tangled tubular figure with a sense of depth presents a similarity to the veins and arteries of the landscape, reminding of the sculptures and objects he produced on different materials with biological and metaphorical meanings.

This print is signed and numbered in pencil by the artist at the front. Limited edition of 10, dated 2011.

Tony Cragg was born in Liverpool and worked as a laboratory technician before studying at the Royal College of Art in London. He moved to Germany in 1977. He rose as a leading figure in a new wave of young British sculptors, who took conceptual and minimalist art in a new figurative direction. In the 1980s Cragg became known for his works in which he assembled found pieces of plastic and other detritus into figurative shapes and mounted them on the floor or a wall. From 1984, Cragg began making freestanding sculptures, consisting of stacked geometric wooden frames or a combination of ready-made objects with plastic or stone. He made his first cast sculptures in the late 1980s. Cragg won the Turner Prize in 1988.

The print requires specific handling and packaging. UK delivery only. Alternatively, you can arrange for Click & Collect by selecting this option as part of the checkout process. Please contact [email protected] to enquire.

  • Size Framed print 70 x 80 cm
  • Paper size 60 x 51 cm
  • Frame clear wood 2cm front, 3.5 depth
  • Edition 10
  • Edition number available 9
  • Published 2011
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