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Gillian MANN

Derbyshire, England 1939 – Australia 2007

  • Australia from 1971


Tumut, New South Wales, Australia born 1969

printer, lithographic


commenced 1985 – 2000

print workshop (organisation)

The devourer 1998
Collection Title: Stone fruits: A lithographic project involving nine artists from the ACT region. Canberra: Studio One in accociation with arts ACT & CAPO, 1998.
Page: no.6..
Place made: Studio One, Kingston Art Space, 71 Leichhardt Street, Kingston, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Materials & Technique: prints, ink; paper lithograph, printed in colour inks, from three stones Support: white wove Arches BFK Rives paper
Manufacturer's Mark: watermark: lower left corner, 'BFK RIVES/FRANCE' and infinity symbol
Edition State: published state
Impression: 4/40
Edition: edition of 40

Edition Notes: Printer's Notes: "A digitally manipulated image was the starting point for this lithograph. The digital image was enlarged to accentuate the pixels, then separated into three colours and printed out as bromide copies. These were then photocopied and transferred with turpentine onto three separate stones. The colours were proofed with varying amounts of transparency to achieve luminosity. It was printed onto white Rives BFK". Stones Fruits catalogue, 1998
Primary Insc: Signed and dated lower centre below printed image in black pencil, 'Gillian Mann. 1998.'Titled lower right below printed image in black pencil, ''THE DEVOURER.'Inscribed with impression details lower left below printed image in black pencil, '4/40'.
Secondary Insc: Print workshop blindstamp lower right corner, 'STUDIO ONE INC/CANBERRA [within circle]'.
Dimensions: printed image 30.0 h x 23.8 w cm sheet (deckle-edged) 56.7 h x 37.8 w cm
Acknowledgement: Gift of Studio One Inc 2000
Accession No: NGA 2004.369.5
Subject: Collection: The Studio One Inc print workshop archive of Australian prints 1986 - 2000, acquired 2004.
  • Gift to the National Gallery of Australia, from Studio One Inc print workshop on its closure in 2000, Canberra, 2004.