Somerset, England born 1938
print workshop (organisation)
May - July 1997
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Materials & Technique: prints, ink; paper lithograph, printed in colour inks, from multiple stones
Impression: workshop proof 2/2
Edition: edition of 60; plus 2 workshop proofs
Primary Insc: signed lower right within image in black pencil, 'John Wolseley'. not dated. inscribed and titled lower centre within image in black pencil, 'APW 2/2 Botanist's Camp'.
This is a print by Australian artist John Wolseley (b.1938) depicting in detail studies of flora, fauna and the complexity of ecosystems. The print is shown as an enlargeable image. The work was exhibited in the 2013 exhibition ‘Creating worlds’, at the National Gallery of Australia. More information on this work of art and the exhibition can be found on the ‘Creating worlds’ website. It gives information about John Wolseley’s art practice. He is deeply concerned with the destruction of the environment. The print measures 74.0 cm high x 93.5 cm wide and is a planographic lithograph, printed in colour.
Text © National Gallery of Australia, Canberra