Wood block print by WILL CARTER

Wood block print by WILL CARTER



Carter’s Caps (1982). He writes: ‘The wood used is what is sold in DIY stores for shelving and consists of mahogany veneer on a chip-board base.’  The prints were originally commissioned by the American bookseller John Neal, who kindly gave permission for these prints to be made.

Unmounted giclée print 29.5 x 21 cm.

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