I like to make use of everything. I like to make use of everything. Rational order in the technological world can be as fascinating as the fetishes of a Congo witch-doctor – scientific phenomena become significant images. Quotes by Eduardo Paolozzi - (1 quote). Stamped on the reverse with the title, number, printer’s and publisher’s chops and a stylised fascimile of Paolozzi’s signature. Share “But I have an African or Indian approach to what I find. Tweet +1. Prints, sculptures, paintings, textiles, photos, films and collages stretch over two floors and the breadth of his work is amazing. In 1943 he studied at the College of Art in Edinburgh in 1944 at the St Martin's School of Art and finally at the Slade School of Art in Oxford from 1945 to 1947, after which he … A typically beautiful and slightly tongue-in-cheek Pop Art print by Paolozzi which portrays the Greek Goddess, Nike, with 20th Century machinery overlaying her head and torso, ↓anamon : second-hand bookshop http://anamon-book.tumblr.com ↓Tsun-Zaku:sound & mix http://modokix.tumblr.com http://tsun-zaku.bandcamp.com/, Original print from the boxed portfolio ‘General Dynamic F.U.N.’ (Volume II of Moonstrips Empire News). An original screen print in colours on Somerset wove paper. I can't bear to throw things away - a nice wine bottle, a nice box. Artwork page for ‘Bash’, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, 1971. Paolozzi, the son of Italian parents, was born in Edinburgh in 1924. A selection of work from the late Scottish sculptor and artist Sir Eduardo Paolozzi (7 March 1924 – 22 April 2005). Signed Eduardo Paolozzi in pencil and numbered from the limited edition of 60. Over 250 of his works are on display and it’s more than worth the price of admission. Share. used by Eduardo Paolozzi in preparation of his screenprint series As Is When (1964–1965). Box with some scrapes to the corners and underside worn and stained. The total edition is 350 copies, divided into 5 different colourways of 70 each lettered A…. ‘General Dynamic F.U.N.’ is a portfolio of fifty photolithographs and screenprints published by Editions Alecto in 1970. Sometimes I feel like a wizard in Toytown, transforming a bunch of carrots into pomegranates.”, “Rational order in the technological world can be as fascinating as the fetishes of a Congo witch-doctor - scientific phenomena become significant images.”. Pin. Paolozzi has always been a favourite of mine, particularly his beautifully composed, ultra-vibrant graphic screenprints. We think this image was originally made in 1946 as a collage. I can't bear to throw things away - a nice wine bottle, a nice box. What’s also apparent in most of it is that it’s barely dated and is quite timeless, his early Pop Art collages being the only exceptions which can…, The Sun Dissolves While Man Looks Away From The Unborn Child Mesmerised By The New Technologies. Eduardo Paolozzi: Living in a materialist world. Light wear and some tarnishing. Furthermore, the Austrian philosopher’s quotes can at times be found in German as well as in English. Eduardo Paolozzi - From the Technology category:. Indeed, Paolozzi resorted to a wide array of mate-rials, both Wittgenstein and by on the Wittgenstein by his friends and disciples. ; Eduardo Paolozzi Quotes and Sayings - Page 1. Sometimes I feel like a … !Ô�#¤‚n)T†@5æÁ/mËÄ. I can't bear to throw things away - a nice wine bottle, a nice box. One of my early heroes today – Eduardo Paolozzi (1924 – 2005). Eduardo Paolozzi's parents immigrated to Scotland from Italy where the artist was born in Leith, an area north of Edinburgh. I like to make use of everything. Jan 5, 2020 - Explore Laya Alhaffar's board "Eduardo Paolozzi" on Pinterest. This post was sparked when I recently picked up a copy of “Paolozzi” a 1999 paperback publication that gives […], Continuing the Paolozzi love on this blog, I visited the new retrospective of his work at the Whitechapel Gallery in East London. The Scottish artist found fame as a Pop Art pioneer, but it is his colourful collages, poking fun at … Share. Like. An original screen print in colours on wove paper. Image size: 370mm x 200mm In very good condition with extra-large margins! Signed Eduardo Paolozzi lower right in pencil and numbered from the small limited edition of 100 In very good and bright condition and never previously framed A rare, colourful and immediately recognisable Pop Art print by this ever-bankable modern British artist, Artwork page for ‘Aeschylus and Socrates’, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, 1974–6. “But I have an African or Indian approach to what I find. Send. See more ideas about Eduardo paolozzi, Pop art, Art. This print is from set number 112/350 Volume B. Sometimes I feel like a wizard in Toytown, transforming a bunch of carrots into pomegranates.” -- Eduardo Paolozzi, “Rational order in the technological world can be as fascinating as the fetishes of a Congo witch-doctor - scientific phenomena become significant images.” -- Eduardo Paolozzi, “But I have an African or Indian approach to what I find. 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