Maghull, Lancashire, England born 1937

  • Australia from 1959
  • England 1964-65
  • United States 1981-82


commenced 1989

print workshop (organisation)

not titled [5] 1991
Collection Title: An Elegiac Suite, by Alun Leach Jones. Sydney: Gwalia Press, 1992.
Page: no.5.
Place made: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Materials & Technique: prints, ink; paper etching, printed in black and grey ink, from two plates Support: thick white wove Arches BFK Rives paper
Manufacturer's Mark: watermark lower left, 'BFK RIVES / FRANCE [infinity symbol]'.
Edition State: published state
Impression: workshop proof 2/2
Edition: edition of 15; plus 1 right-to-print proof, 2 artist's proofs, 2 printer's proofs, 2 workshop proofs, 1 presentation proof

Edition Notes: Notes on colophon: :"The edition is limited to 10 impressions and numbered 1/10 to 10/10 and signed by the artist. The first six impressions are published in a linen portfolio. Edition numbers 7/10 to 10/10 are published as individual images. A further six impressions are reserved as workshop proofs and are inscribed W/P 1/6 to 6/6 and signed by the artist. There are two artists proofs."
Primary Insc: signed lower left below plate-mark in black pencil, 'Alun Leach-Jones'. not dated. not titled. inscribed with edition details lower left edge below plate-mark in black pencil, 'APW 2/2'.
Secondary Insc: Print workshop blindstamp lower right, 'VPW' [within rectangle]
Tertiary Insc: Inscribed verso lower right in black pencil, 'APW 2294'
Dimensions: plate-mark 37.4 h x 44.5 w cm sheet 57.0 h x 62.0 w cm
Acknowledgement: Australian Print Workshop Archive 2, purchased with the assistance of the Gordon Darling Australasian Print Fund 2002
Accession No: NGA 2002.431.2297
Subject: Collection: The Australian Print Workshop [formerly Victorian Print Workshop] archive of Australian prints 1981 - 2002, acquired 2002.
Image rights: Courtesy of the artist
  • Purchased by the National Gallery of Australia, from the Australian Print Workshop (formerly the Victorian Print Workshop), Melbourne, 2002, where the work was produced.