John Chamberlain signed print 'One Among Many' original unframed limited edition signed print from 'Outer Signs of Inner Grace' series, 1986, USA, number 22 / 27.
'Outer Signs of Inner Grace' is a series of 6 John Chamberlain limited edition prints from 1986.
Etchings & aquatint with silver silkscreen of 3 colours on St. Armand paper, 300 gm.
Numbered 22/27 in pencil on the left corner & signed in pencil by the artist on the right corner, along with studio stamp Novaks Graphics, Toronto Canada.
This vintage print is in very good condition.
For sale individually or for the complete series of 6 prints.
The price is for one print.
This print is unframed, the context photo above the sofa is a suggestion on how the print might looked framed on the wall.
Packing is offered free of charge. We take special professional care while packing. For safe transport the print would packed in a professional tube, and further placed into a box ideal for safe posting or shipping internationally.
Paper size: 61 cm x 46 cm
Image size: 20 cm x 24 cm
JOHN CHAMBERLAIN ARTIST BIOGRAPHY
John Chamberlain (1927-2011) was a sculptor who experimented with many techniques & materials over his half-century career as an artist. In 1957 he took the initiative to re-use old automobiles into sculptures bringing colour collage to sculpture which had never been seen before. The works of John Chamberlain effortlessly bridge the major movements of the 1950`s, 60`s & 70`s. His sculptures are the tridimensional equivalent of 50’s Abstract Expressionism. Choosing cars as his material, chimes with Pop Art’s focus on consumer items. Like a ‘process-based’ artist of the late 60’s, Chamberlain hammer crushes his metal into a sort of graffiti monument. Initially a painter, Chamberlain returned to his roots during different creative phases of his career. In his career Chamberlain had over 100 solo shows, traveling exhibitions, and retrospectives. John Chamberlain art is represented in all the great galleries and museums including The Tate in the UK, Guggenheim and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In 2011, one of his metal sculptures sold for nearly $5 million. Chamberlain once said I think of my art materials not as junk but as garbage. Manure, actually: it goes from being the waste material of one being to the life-source of another.
Read the full story of John Chamberlain art on our Roomscape Blog.
Photos metal sculpture & John Chamberlain courtesy of MoMA.org
Period: 1986 USA
H: 61cm (24.02in)
W: 46cm (18.11in)
D: 0cm (0.00in)