Stanley William Hayter

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Stanley William Hayter

600.00

Interference

Color lithograph, 1966

Edition of 75

Signed in pencil lower right

21 1/4 x 17 1/4 inches

Printed at Curwen Graphic Workshop, London

Published by Grosvernor Gallery, London

Reference: Black and Moorhead 303

Condition: excellent

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Stanley William Hayter is widely regarded as one of the most important graphic artists of the twentieth century. His early background in chemistry was no doubt helpful in achieving mastery of the technicalities and possibilities of printmaking. He established an experimental workshop for printmaking in Paris in 1927, the Atelier 17.

Hayter and the Atelier 17 influenced the work of a wide variety of artists including Picasso, Miro, Chagall, Kandinsky, and many others, but especially abstract expressionist artists interested in printmaking.