Gordon Baldwin - Design London Tuesday, April 27, 2010 | Phillips

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  • Catalogue Essay

    This influence (of Paolozzi) is even more obvious in the small ‘Standing form’ where the lead plaque, glued to the surface, was made using the lost wax process extensively used by Paolozzi. There is the suggestion of a primitive body with rudimentary head and limbs. A much larger version of this ‘form’ is in the Paisley Museum, one of the earliest works to be acquired by a public gallery.



‘Standing Form’

c. 1962
Earthenware, white slip, blue pigment, cast lead plaque
21.5 cm. (8 ½ in.) high

£800 - 1,200 

Sold for £1,250


28 April 2010