Written in pencil, l.l.: ART. PROOF Signed l.r.: Romas Viesulas 65 On backing, in pencil: From "Notes on Image & Sound" Part II BöLENT ARIEL- Embossed at bottom of sheet, in same technique as print itself: BöLENT AREL "STEREO ELECTRONIC MUSIC #1" (EXCERPT)
Oval-shaped piece of veined, green Swedish marble standing on one of its narrow ends. Three holes of different sizes penetrate into the object's center. The holes are painted respectively in a semi-gloss black and matte white.
An example of Hepworth's monumental approach to geometric abstraction. Hepworth was intrigued with the way the variegated color of the marble interacts with the biomoprhic and landscape-like curves of the piece. The holes add an aspect of meditation on space to the object.
Signed and dated, in brush and ink, l.l. margin: printed Maria Heyboer created Anton Heyboer 1965 Edition, in brush and ink, on two stamped circles, l.c. margin: 5 14 Watermark, l. margin and center: VAN GELDER ZONEN
Signed, in pen, l.r.: Liliane De Cock On verso, u.l.: 51 Sticker, c.: $40 Stamp. c.: PHOTOGRAPH BY LILIANE DE COCK On verso, c., stamp with information filled in by artist: TITLE Windmill--Storm near Santa Fe, New Mexico CREDIT DATE 1965 FILM 4x5 (Polaroid 55 P/N negative)