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  • Silkscreen
  • Titled, signed, dated and numbered in lower margin
  • Edition: 8/30
  • Approx. 25 x 23 inches 
  • Condition: excellent
  • Unframed

The Artist: Campbell Scott (Scotish-Canadian, 1930-2013)

Campbell was born in Milngave Scotland and attended The Glasgow School of Art and upon graduation was awarded the Medal of Honour. He apprenticed for five years on The Clyde as a Master Woodcarver and then in 1951 he emigrated to Canada. He trained as a teacher and joined the St. Catharines Collegiate faculty where he taught for 35 years. Campbell was truly a renaissance man. Whatever he turned his mind to was accomplished with professional flair. His major accomplishments were as a graphic artist and a sculptor. He studied in Paris with world renowned engraver Stanley Hayter as well as at The Copenhagen School of Fine Art. In Poland he studied poster making and spent time in Japan studying wood block printing. His graphic print work as is represented in The British Museum in London, the Bibliotheque National in Paris, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and in numerous other Galleries throughout Europe and North America.

The Story: The Victoria and Albert Museum in London have this same print in their collection. It is a stunning print and it's in excellent condition. The pigment is rich and thick. 

Shipping Information: Packaging and shipping within Canada is $50. Each print is shipped in a protective sleeve and backing. At checkout, you will have the option to insure your purchase for shipping at up-to-$500; you will be able to select the option you prefer from the drop down menu. International shipping available. If located in the Greater Toronto Area, no charge for shipping and packaging if picked up from Wall Fiction's office; call before purchasing.

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Item No.CA201607046