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A large and early model no. 26 macrogauze wall hanging by Peter Collingwood (1922 - 2008)

£ 15,000

Reference
4600
Height
204 cm (80 1/4")
Width
62 cm (24 1/2")
Constructed from steel rods and linen string. Number 10 from the open edition. Embossed metal label with 'M26. NO. 10' and incised Peter Collingwood.

England, circa 1968

Literature: Collingwood | Coper, exh. cat., Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1969, fig. 13

Peter Collingwood, 1922-2008, was the pre-eminent British artist weaver of the past 50 years. His technical and aesthetic innovations have been appreciated around the world, most notably in his Macrogauze wall-hangings, in which his traditional skill and visual abstraction work in perfect harmony. A master craftsman and the author of several works on weaving, his work as a teacher and his generous spirit had a profound and lasting impact on generations of students.

Text courtesy of Peter Collingwood Textiles
Height
204 cm (80 1/4")
Width
62 cm (24 1/2")