JOHN COBURN "Spring" Signed, Limited Edition Screen Print, Edition of 99

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JOHN COBURN (1925 - 2006)
Limited Edition, Nine Colour Screenprint

Part of a Suite of 9 Screenprints known as - "The Seasons" 1988, which commemorates the 9 Aubusson Tapestries by John Coburn.

These works Embody Coburn's concept of Growth and Regeneration. They depict the 4 Seasons as well as the 4 Spiritual Seasons plus the single work Titled - "Hosanna".

I have a Full Suite from the Edition of 99 Available for Individual Sale and also have available a Full Suite - Edition A/P (Artist Proof), to be Sold as a Complete Suite with Title Page in the Original Presentation Solander Box.

Title: Spring (IV) (Lower Centre)
Signed: Lower Right
Edition: Edition of 99 (Lower Left) (Edition 46/99 Shown for Illustration Purposes)
Image Size: 48cm x 72cm
Sheet Size: 55cm x 75cm
Condition: Excellent - As new (Never been Framed)

Unframed.

You can also come view this work and many others in our Surry Hills Gallery in Sydney. Please message me to arrange a time to view in person.

Serafin Martinez
Principal, Martinez Art Dealer
Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia
ABN 36 561 407 649

Biography:

John Coburn was an Australian abstract Painter, Teacher, Tapestry designer and Printmaker.

Coburn studied art at East Sydney Technical College in 1947. He finished his four-year training dissatisfied.

By 1955–1956 Coburn was starting to find his own style.

In 1956 he joined the ABC when television came in, working on Set Design and art work.

Coburn taught art at East Sydney Technical College from 1959–1966 and he later became Head of the National Art School at the College for two years.

He won the Blake Prize for Religious Art twice, in 1960 and again in 1977 (shared with Rodney Milgate).

All the major Galleries in Australia have collected and displayed his works as well as many major private and corporate collections, such as the CBUS Collection of Australian Art. For several years, two of his tapestries were hung in the Sydney Opera House, as curtains in the Drama Theatre and the renamed Joan Sutherland Theatre.

Seven hang in the John F Kennedy Centre for the Performing Arts, Washington D.C. His works are also displayed in the Vatican Museum, Rome.