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Terence LA NOUE

United States of America born 1941

Palace of Quetzalcoatl 1987
Collection Title: 'The ritual series' 1987
Title Notes: 001-002
Place made: Mount Kisco, Westchester county, New York state, United States of America
Materials & Technique: prints, intaglio, planographic, relief, collage colour etching, aquatint, lithograph, woodcut, drypoint, collage Support: natural, wove, handmade, Korean Kozo paper; white, wove, handmade, Moulin du Verger paper
Manufacturer's Mark: no manufacturer's mark
Impression: 2/42
Edition: edition of 42 plus 8 artist's proofs; right to print; printer's proof I; printer's proof II; archive copy
Publisher: Tyler Graphics Ltd
Place Published: Mount Kisco, New York
Date Published: 1987

Edition Notes: A 22 colour (including one white paper) etching, aquatint, lithograph, woodcut, drypoint, collage printed from two copper plates, 11 aluminium plates and one assembled plate made of eight irregularly shaped woodblocks. The printing sequence for the natural paper sheet was as follows: black (etching, softground etching, aquatint, drypoint, copper plate); yellow, orange, red, pink, lavender, blue, green and black(woodcut); yellow, grey, pink, violet, red, brown-green, light green, light yellow-pink, orange, blue and black (lithograph, each printed separately from an aluminium plate). Red-black was printed on white paper (etching, drypoint, copper plate). The two papers were adhered. Copper plate preparation and processing by Mark Mahaffey, Tom DeBolt, Bob Cross, and Kenneth Tyler. Proofing and edition printing by Cross and DeBolt. Prep-work for continuous-tone lithography by Tyler. Aluminium plate preparation and processing by Lee Funderburg, edition printing by Roger Campbell, Funderburg and John Hutcheson. Woodblock preparation by Campbell, proofing and edition printing by Hutcheson. Preparation and adhering of collage element by Ron Davey and Henry McGee.
Primary Insc: signed and dated lower right, pencil "Terence La Noue 87"
Secondary Insc: numbered lower right, pencil "2/42"
Tertiary Insc: embossed lower right corner, TGL chop [hexagon]
Dimensions: comp 88.8 h x 90.0 w cm sheet 91.3 h x 100.4 w cm
Cat Raisonné: TGL print documentation, 1987
Acknowledgement: Purchased with the assistance of the Orde Poynton Fund 2002
Accession No: NGA 2002.1.1644