(Australia 20 Mar 1941 – )
- Not on display
- Further information
Kevin Lincoln first exhibited with Melbourne's 'Realist group' in 1965 - a loose association of artists with communist sympathies, which had been showing since the 1940s. It is a rare figurative collagraph made by the artist during his social realist period in the 1960s, when he worked almost exclusively in printmaking.
Lincoln's prints were very experimental at the time - he made collagraphs by drawing into wet plaster on hardboard with his fingers, and carving into it, printing the result in relief. This simple method was quick, and spontaneous, which appealed to him. He has continued making prints in the intervening decades.
- collagraph, printed in black ink on thin cream tissue
- 60.0 x 45.5 cm sheet
- Signature & date
Signed l.r., pencil "KL". Not dated.
- Gift of the artist 2013
- Accession number
- © Kevin Lincoln. Licensed by Copyright Agency.