This apparently abstract work shows perhaps two seated figures. In the upper left of the composition are two head-like shapes and there are several forms in the lower part, which could be limbs. To the right is a connected horizontal and vertical line suggesting the arm of a chair. The print is done using only dark grey and beige. Kenneth Armitage was head of the sculpture department at the Bath Academy of Art from 1946-1956. He represented Britain at the 1958 Venice Biennale along with William Scott and S W Hayter.
print: 37.3cm x 47.5cm
support: 39.8cm x 57.9cm
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