United States of America 1915
Game of chance
Materials & Technique:
prints, planographic, intaglio, collage lithograph, aquatint, collage with hand painting Support: white, wove, handmade, HMP paper; T. Edmonds paper; light yellow, handmade, TGL paper
Manufacturer's Mark: lower left corner, 'HMP'
Impression: colour trial proof II
Edition: edition of 100: plus 18AP; 3CTP; RTP; PPI; PPII; A; C
Publisher: Tyler Graphics Ltd, Mount Kisco, New York
Place Published: New York
Date Published: 1989
Edition Notes: This proof has no crayon handcolouring.
A 10 colour (including one coloured paper and five handcoloured colours) lithograph, aquatint, collage, handcoloured printed from one copper and three aluminium plates in the following order: red (aquatint, copper plate), black (on T. Edmonds paper, lithograph, aluminium plate), black (lithograph, aluminium plate) and ultramarine blue (lithograph, aluminium plate). The light yellow ochre paper was torn. The T. Edmonds paper was handcoloured using thinned brown-grey writing ink, torn, and again hand coloured with blue acrylic paint. Both collage elements were adhered. After printing and adhering of the collage elements, each print was handcoloured using violet, light blue and dark blue oil pastels.
Papermaking by Steve Reeves. Prep work for continuous tone lithography by Kenneth Tyler. Aluminium plate preparation and processing by Lee Funderburg, proofing and edition printing by roger Campbell and Funderburg. Copper plate preparation, processing, proofing and edition printing by Rodney Konopaki.
Primary Insc: signed, lower right, in pencil, 'R.Motherwell [underlined]'
Secondary Insc: inscribed, lower right, in pencil, 'color trial proof II'
Tertiary Insc: embossed, lower right corner, Tyler Graphics Ltd. chop
verso: inscribed, lower left corner, in pencil, 'RM86-846'
image 57.6 h x 42.0 w cm sheet 88.8 h x 70.2 w cm
: Terenzio (1991), 345; TGL print documentation, 1989; Engberg/Banach (2003), 377
: Gift of Kenneth Tyler, 2002 Accession No
: NGA 2002.1.324.2 Image rights
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